Andy's Karibuni Romantic Garden
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Before our taxi to Bwejuu we walked over to the local market but saw K and J on their way back who suggested not going in to either the fish or meat markets so we didn't. And glad of that too as the smells emanating were quite something but looked through the fruit and veg colorful arrays before heading back to the hotel for our ...
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Jambo, Jambo bwana, Hi, hi sir
Habari gani, Mzuri sana. How are you? Well thank you,
Wageni wetu, You are most welcome
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... and historical site now, and we stopped by it during our wanders around town the previous day. That night, however, we settled for beers at the waterfront watering hole that pays him nightly homage. It rained some while we were at Mercury's, and it did feel pretty windy, so it was probably good that we weren't out at sea. Plus the sunset was so cloudy. After sunset, we made our way back to Forodhani Gardens for another dinner of grilled spiced seafood kebabs, ...
... and makes the great tea! Also we reached the tree which produces amazing flowers, now when I say you must to believe me.. When you rub it between your hands it has a parfum smell! And you know what?! This is being used to make Chanel no.5, the smell is amazing; I rubbed it onto my body and had an amazing smell till evening, what an amaZing nature! Also had a chance to meet mr. Butterfly , the man who climbes into the palm tree, sigs, gets you a coconut, prepares it for you to drink ...
... said that it is like that there as well. I think the Middle East might be next on my list! Other than wandering around, we revisited the Darajani central market, and went to the location of the old slave market. Even though there are only a few holding cells left at the location, it was very obvious that some terrible atrocities took place there during the slave trade. That night before dinner, we had a drink on a rooftop patio overlooking the Indian Ocean, and ...