Arabian Nights Hotel
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... the toilet!!!!! Miscinie has a very dodgy looking fish even though she was very sceptical! She feels totally sick the rest of the evening. Sex in the hut. Best about it was the long and open talk about love and life after it. Oli says he loves me "a bit" and hence cannot keep his hands off me - which I have noticed since Nina's departure. I feel flattered but still my heart is already engaged ...
... where we would technically enter Zanzibar, passport stamp and all.
The ferry ride was roughly 2 hours on the Indian Ocean once again, the ride went quickly without much to see. When we arrived at the island the first thing you see is the wonderful Stonetown. The town was built using mainly stone and coral for construction materials and was used as a centre of the slave and spice trade during the 1800's. the history, culture and twisting ...
... I'm too much paranoid but it's getting really unsafe feeling here especially after the last few accidents I wrote before and small silly Robbery next to dala station too (I guess). Anyway not only dala dala Is special. People carry the door while riding the bike. Is the door that light or is the guy that strong? Interesting things: 1) They don't have mcdonalds but they were it's tshirts. 2) they have cola in glass bottles in 350 ml. And it is so sweet >< 3) they ...
... she must have felt the need to say thanks in her own way and offered me some of her crisp snacks. She remained here quite content as her father and I engaged in one of my laughable attempts at Swahili. It was also at about this point I learnt of a sad failing of my body's construction and learnt that I in fact have a very scrawny butt. It's so bad in fact that if I don't squirm like a school boy waiting at the principals office one or the other of my legs falls asleep. There needs ...
Jambo! The safari portion of the program is complete. It's difficult to even know where to begin even attempting to put into words what I saw and experienced over the last 9 days. To put it simply, it was potentially the most amazing week I have ever had. Ever. First impression: the savannah is covered in poop!! Seriously, National Geographic must have an entire department assigned to ...