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 ...
... Tree. This turned out to be a real find please see attached photo of my trout salad. In the evening Jem came home with his mate Dewalt he was a real character Karen cooked a lovely meal amid Moggs came over too it was a lovely social gathering. Bev and I have been up early everyday swimming so nice to have a swim buddy. We all went in the afternoon to see two museum houses in Barberton they were fascinating and one in particular had all the original fixtures and fittings. They dated ...
... Im useless, but Jon gets an A+. Of course with these organized tours there is always a chance to purchase the local produce, and we go away with some fresh Zanzibar coffee beans and ginger and mint tea, it actually smells delicious and I look forward to making a cup back home. The tour continues into Zanzibar’s old quarter, called Stone Town. Its a fascinating maze of narrow streets and alleyways that lead us past numerous old houses and mosques, ...
- Local people always appreciate if you can say at least “hi” and “thank you” in Swahili.
- Karibu! = Welcome!
- Jambo! = Hello!
- Habari? = How are you? -> Mzuri. = Fine.
- Mambo? = What´s up? -> Pwa. = Cool.
- Asante (sana). = Thank you (very much).
- Hakuna matata (matatizo in Zanzibar) = No problem.
- Paka = Cat
- Mzungu = White ...
... smarts and to not do drugs. I don't think our group will have any problems. That night we had dinner and enjoyed a concert at Dhow Music Academy, which is right next to the harbor. Rebecca told us they offer traditional Taarab music lessons as well as modern "Afro-fusion" lessons for about $30 a month. I really want to do it.
The next day, we toured the SUZA main campus about 30 minutes away from Stone Town. At that campus, the ...