The Africa House Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... told them I wanted to go to Zanzibar in an hour and all of a sudden I'm being whisked away to some small booking office for some company I couldn't even identify. The price was right so I figured, "why not, I have no idea what company's office I'm in right now, but hey, there are other folks around so it must be be cool, right?" Then it was a mad dash to get me over to a different terminal and taxis careening around, ...
... swimming along watching some beautiful fish and underwater wildlife. This was really enjoyable, we saw lots of cool fish including angel fish and nemo fish as well as starfish and an elusive sting ray that i can't really say I saw. We didn't want it to end as it was so cool and we really didn't want to get back on the dreaded boat. After about half an hour we got back on and went to find Dan and the other scuba divers. They had a **********d swim with a strong ...
... take long and we reached the most important place of our tour - spice farm. It was founded by one of the sultans of Oman around 1840 and its main purpose was cultivation of clove and coconuts. Our guide introduced us many different kinds of fruits and spices. Regarding the respective fruits and spices he explained us the following:
- How they are cultivated;
- How long it takes from planting to harvesting;
- Which part of the plants is actually used ...
... town but we decided to just go on our own to an ATM and another massive souviner shop. I quickly changed out of my dress before going and found a million bites on my legs that seem like sand fly bites. When we were in the souviner shop I used a basket to scratch my legs. We walked a bit farther and found the old slave market. We did a free tour which was interesting but also horrible to see the conditions the slaves were kept in. From here we headed to where we were meeting for ...
... Ocean, and it is warm, but the water is still cold enough and I was happy to have my long sleeved wetsuit. The first dive was on a shallow reef and we saw lots of coral and tropical fish such as angel Fish, needle fish, "nemos", a rock fish, and the highlight was a lion fish. It was windy so visibility was only about 10 meters and we heard on good days it could reach almost ...