Andy's Karibuni Romantic Garden
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... driving was almost unbearable. I felt so sorry for Gonzalo because he was the one who had to pay attention to everything that was going on the road and take immediate measures. Even if I tried to be on the alert as well, as a good copilot, it was not the same. On the way back we stopped in the village of Paje to have something to eat. After coming back to our place we just had a quick shower and went to bed at about 21.30.
During our motorbike trip we got stopped by ...
... and pool for free. It was great.
I do have an internet modem, but it is pretty slow so skype may have to wait off until I can figure out how to make it faster. Otherwise, please comment/email me and I will post pictures of my homestay/the beach/stone town tomorrow!
P.S. My host mom was also very surprised when I said only about 20/100 senators were women. In Tanzania it is 50/50. She could not believe it.
... other African chicken, guacamole without the spice, cucumber salad. As we sat down Marilyn came with a breaded and deep fried crab claw with sweet and sour sauce. I went back and had two. They had lots of desserts, but I had a fruit plate with, mango, orange, grapefruit,pineapples and passion fruit. After lunch we headed to the water sports complex for reef shoes and walking sticks. It's low tide and you can walk out to the reef, not sure how far, a ...
... each and a very pleasant haggling experience with the stall owner giving us a couple of free drinks for choosing him. We ate by the water, making conversation with some Zanzibarians wanting to improve their English, and then headed to a nearby bar where the rest of our group were eating – having not wanted to play the ‘night-market-stomach-lotteryR 17;. It turned into a lovely evening chatting the night away and we felt very lucky to have such a ...
... at the camp. Desperately needing to catch up on my journal writing and wanting to relax, I chilled out while Rory and some of the group went on a local Masaai Village tour. This took them around the local area to see how the families live and what traditions they still continue with to this day. This included circumcising the boys with a knife without any anesthetic and using a razorblade to cut the girls. Pretty horrific!
The beauty of Snake Park is that all ...