The Africa House Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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Sex before breakfast. Shared taxi to Stone Town Check into hotel - AWESOME PLACE with 3 king size beds. we have a whole suite to ourselves for only 90$. Well done Oli Buy ferry tickets - 3 ticket offices for same company. Dodgy but we succeed Buy souvenirs and change money. Check out food market, persian baths and slave market with slave chambers. …
... there were lots of fishies about so we saw some marine life before jumping back on the boat. The other guys joined us shortly after as the current was proving too much for them. The plan was to chill for a while before our lunch, that we would have on the boat. In reality within two minutes of sitting in the rocking boat Jack and I (particularly Jack) were feeling rough. We were sat either side of the boat, both looking in the distance focussing our energies on ...
... low tides. One other guy from SA is joining us with our instructor Frank. The boat ride out is quick, 7 minutes until we are at our first dive site The Aquarium. On the way we spot dolphins braking the surface of the aqua blue waters. Its a paradise picture. We dive to 22m, my deepest yet, in a shortie, in 29º waters. There is lots of life on the reef and visibility is about 25m. During our surface time, we spot the ...
... to go out after dinner as my British acquired skin is not used to the African heat and I developed a little bit of sunstroke. Webby used the girlfriend clause which states that 'when a man insists that he can drink through something that will only make him much worse, I, the girlfriend, will not allow such stupidity and he will do what I say.' Okay Webby... Deano and Webby - sometimes women do know better. ...
... Seeing the auction and finding out how it all operates, taken down to the water and watching the fishermen pull in shore nets and holding a puffer fish which is surprisingly rubbery, like a child's bathtoy, poking into an ink sack removed from a squid and taking time to rinse it off in the ocean. Chris eventually takes us to the kitchens and helps us negotiate lunch - chapati, octopus, calamari and homemade chilli sauce (us trying not to think about the manner in which ...