Anna Of Zanzibar
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... amp;T's we were lucky enough to spot whales breaching and continued to see them passing through en route to the south to feed. What a treat, it was just mesmerising I just couldn't take my eyes off the coast for 2 1/2 hrs. We are having tea and chocolate on the stoop as I write this. Due to poor weather we decided to move on a day early to St Lucia surprisingly the weather followed us south! But always an upside as I managed to find two different varieties of 'fro yo'. What a treat so ...
... were at one of the most exclusive bars in town. You can sit on the balcony and watch the sun go down. It looked like all the beautiful people stay there and had prices to match. Well, 2 of the 3 beers were warm, one drink had to be ordered 3 times and they tried to charge us for an extra beer. When we tried to pay they said they had no change even though the place was packed and everyone was drinking.
The others decide to go to and Indian place for dinner but ...
... heads (each bag may weigh from 20 to 35 kg).
- The seaweed must be dried, powderized and then it is combined with some other ingredients (water, coconut oil or spices). The mixture is then put to the extruder which forms it into soap bars.
- The seaweed soap is supposed to have beneficial effect on the skin (for example rashes or impure skin).
- Seaweed is of great economic importance for Tanzania with an export of 8,000 tons ...
... they should come find me! We laid out for a bit then, I took a little nap. I had a really hard time explaining the concept of sunlight angles on the equator and how it was different from back in England or America, so they all put on SPF 15 and I put on SPF 50 and they all got burned and I was nice and tan haha. The equator is the ultimate tanning spot. But then I heard the men calling me so I sprinted out toward beach and they said they had octopuses! There was ...
... within the general area you choose. We arrived in Stone Town around 5pm...however exhausted and without reliable Internet we hadn't decided on a place to stay. After trying to stay at a few guesthouses that seemed recommended but were full (thank you film festival) we let our cabby drive us to a hotel he suggested. Still evaluating if this was intelligent or not. The pros: there are mosquito nets, breakfast on the rooftop (yet to be determined what ...