Anna Of Zanzibar
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... is taking us to Lalandaka. When we arrived we were all bundled in to a cart that was pulled by two zebu this then transported us out to sea, to meet the boat. What a way to travel so funny. 1hr later we arrived at the most beautiful location with a bungalow sitting right on the beach what a view to wake up to and more importantly the lovely sound of lapping water to go to sleep to. Day two woke up to wind and rain which has continued all day. The local ...
... that appeared to actively try and knock pedestrians down as they were walking. Thankfully we got there in one piece, we were looking forward to Zanzibar the next morning. After an early breakfast our tuk tuks arrive to transport us to 'The Spirit of Zanzibar' ferry that will take us the hour long journey to the island of Zanzibar. This place is steeped in history but for now we are more excited to head to the other side of the island, to the ...
... easy. Just following the dream makes your life perfect. So anyway with the boat after snorkeling we just went to white sand beach and had a great lunch with rice and some kinds of veggie sauce; guys also got fish and the cooks were so disappointed I don't like seafood have me extra rice and pineapple. And the taste of pineapple is perfect. Ah I wish I could give a piece to all of my readers; so sad we don't have this peace of perfection in Europe. I think I would quit meat ...
Holy Muzungu! In my entire time in Africa I don't think I have seen so many tourists. I guess there is a reason for it though, Zanzibar is great! From the moment we got off the ferry it had a great vibe multiple cultures merging on a tropical paradise, with diverse architecture. Overall I would spend 5 days in Zanzibar, checking out three different areas along the way.
The two hour ferry to Zanzibar was pleasant, easy and dropped us off right ...
... had handicapped people making jewelry and such. Wonderful people who just smiled as we talked to them. Went to a wood carving center where the people, mostly men, carved wooden items to sell.
When you see the pictures you would wonder how they do this. They each have a number and you can find their number and buy their stuff at the gift store. Unfortunately we could not buy ...