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... is most similar to an Arabian city. Wandering the tiny winding paths, past the Arabic / Indian style doors, colourful clothes hanging above and kids playing football in the street, you'd expect Aladdin and Abu to jump through the windows in the whitewashed walls at any point.
Straight after the tour we hopped on the G-Bus and headed an hour north to Nungwi. Amaan Hotel Bungalows was to be our final home of the UEA tour. It was such a surprise, it was incredible! ...
... flight was lovely and beautiful. At the end of the flight, I chatted with pilot. I asked him if he had to file a new flight plan for every single of the 20 min jaunts back and forth from Dar to Zanzibar. He looked at me and said, "Are you in aviation?" For those that know my history of being mistaken for an interior designer or train enthusiast as a result of my questions, I thought you'd find that funny. We ended up ...
... the garden route, what an adventure
See the ostrich massage and caving cahoots
Boerwurst on the barbie, moose calls in the garden
(Moose noise, moose noise) off we go
Down at the Good Hope, just around lunchtime
Get all the food out for a “pic-er-nic”
See the hairy *******s swarming ...
... flourishing centre of the spice trade as well as the slave trade in the 19th century, it retained its importance as the main city of Zanzibar during the period of the British rule. When Tanganyika and Zanzibar joined each other to form the United Republic of Tanzania, Zanzibar kept a semi-autonomous status, with Stone Town as its local government seat. In the afternoon, I hired a driver and went ...
... as always, I want the biggest one, I have loads of jewelry after all, and need a box big enough to fit it all in. I think it's a little hard to carry everywhere so will have to try and get it when we come back on our tour. Tonight we got some snacks from the street food market which was nice and went to mercury's, named so after Freddie Mercury who was born in Zanzibar. It was nice finishing the day with a beer and some queen playing followed by sleep ...