Anna Of Zanzibar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... old. Did he care that this created a giggling frenzied crowd who were intent on cheering him on to glory? Yes, he probably did as he gave up pretty quickly, ate some lettuce and fell asleep. When we left it was very difficult to find Zoe as she had assimilated the tortoise life with ease. More than once we ended up picking up a particularly loud tortoise thinking it was Zoe. Eventually we got the right one by dangling a magnum almond ice cream in front of ...
... After that, disappointed to leave the seaside, we headed back to Stone Town. We both feel a little 'excursioned out' at the moment so we've just spent the last couple of days wandering through the city getting a feel for the place. We've been doing our best to eat everything in sight. I dragged Wayne around the shops in exchange for finding a tv to watch United on. His happiness at watching the game was pretty short lived, but it's probably ...
... to the bus, where she has to do kitchen duty for dinner.
The trip martyr lets her know that SHE hadn't seen the beach, because SHE always thinks of others. She's given the reply that I didn't travel 12 hours (and the other side of the world) to not spend 10 minutes seeing our destination before dark because I'm chopping bloody vegetables!
Murray packs all the gear he needs, and a fair bit of the common gear, into the small backpack, and checks ...
... everyone gets dinner. It is, not surprising, tropical here. All the street markets were selling coconut, mango, oranges. After an hour drive we arrive at Baraza Hotel. It is a sultan's tropical paradise. We have Oceanside rooms that are large with our own private chairs on the beach with plunge pools. We attended the Managers Cocktail Party and found out all the ...
... laid back to a new level, at one point I had to wake the barman from his midday nap behind the bar to grab me another brew. Most of which I had to remind him to take money from me for. But its understandable, this is a place that exudes the 'pole pole' frame of
mind, thats 'slowly slowly' in English, there is nothing to do but lay back in a hammock in the shade of a coconut heavy palm and relax to a soundtrack of Bob Marley carried out to sea by the gentle, cooling breeze.