Anna Of Zanzibar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... with me everywhere so that if anyone asks me 'sir, sir, you want buy chicken/DVD/farm?' I can be like 'nope, sorry, I've spent all my money on vanilla soap...' Zoe: reunited with mum at last, so today we did our first tour together the mystical magical Spice tour. First we saw ginger spice, I thought the guide was having us on, turns out he was. Sad face. After all I was a spice girls baby growing up. Then we saw all the other spices and fruits. ...
... We stayed here until dark, watching the sun set on another amazing day. Day four, we had had our laziness fix and were ready for some adventure so we booked in a course to go scuba diving. Note to self, don't be too honest on the medical application forms. Especially if the doctor won't answer a billion calls and it jeopardises your chances of being allowed to dive. We went ahead to the centre to do our training course, and finally got in contact with a doctor ...
... people. They were so sad and so poor. This mobile clinic is for free and gives all the medicine for free so it attracts a lot of people. In that one day in one small village more than 100 people came. All with their problems, carrying babes or just whole their lives on them. Waiting in the heat for their time with all their patients and hopes they will get Ito the tent an will get treatment. But I you talk to them you still see how happy they are no matter how poor or ...
... 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 ...
... way who we stopped to have a chat with. They were quite bemused when I said hello to them in Maasai (sopa), and equally bemused that Niall rivaled the height of the tallest member of their group.
On our ride we stumbled upon a 12th Century Persian mosque. A small structure at the front of the building had been preserved from that time, along with the gravestones of important messengers and prophets. We also came across a stretch of coastline known for ...