Anna Of Zanzibar
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... but fierce defender of nest and family. Curious habit of folding and unfolding pieces of paper and tucking them in its feathers.
Murry – Lesser Australian Bald Eagle
Call: Generally no call when in a group, but when in a pair “What is your name again?”
Habits: Constantly alert, ...
Up at 4:45 for a 5:15 leave. La dee freakin da... Managed to sleep a little here and there but generally not much of a trip. The highlight was finishing the last few episodes of Dexter. Yep, majorly exciting trip. Of course the standard lovely African roads were there. But we were driving on the dirt road next to the lovely roads. Upon arrival in Dar es Salaam we had to catch a ferry to Zanzibar. We managed to ...
After changing money, we head to the grocery store, then back to the bus. Nyika is at the adjacent ferry terminal buying our tickets for Zanzibar tomorrow morning. We wait around for ages for the staff to return. Eventually they do, only to be told Nyika has more things to do, and will catch the ferry to our accommodation. We head off in the heavy traffic, heading South, and drive forever. There is intense street life and market crowds on the main road for the ...
... 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 ...
... from the swell. Engulfed in a life preserver, even George, a non-swimmer, was enticed into the water here.
The journey back was an Indian Ocean roller-coaster ride. I usually don’t have problems with seasickness, but I found myself focusing on the horizon to quell the butterflies in my stomach. Through it all, our hosts worked hard to be hospitable, even leading a little sing-a-long on the way back. But they struggled to understand ...