Arabian Nights Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... four in a bed with not a word of complaint. They are, as someone commented, unflappable. They have grown up so much this year, and I marvel at how much they have learned. Don't get me wrong - they still drive me crazy, but they show me every day that our decision to make this journey has been the absolute right one for us.
So, to continue from Paul's story, we were picked up the next morning by ...
... views it reminds us very much of rural England with a river running at the bottom of the garden. Our room had a log burner in the bedroom which I have to say we used every night as it was so chilly. The first day we took off in the rain to go and see the Drakensburg boys choir the early part of the day was pretty uneventful apart from the waffles. But the boy's choir were an absolute treat and we all sat completely mesmerised as it was an afternoon very well spent. I couldn't take ...
... us was that the guide portrayed the British in a very positive light.
Zanzibar was ruled at various times by the Arabs, Portuguese and British, and it was the British who finally abolished the slave trade on Zanzibar in 1873 (although in reality, it still continued after that.) Our guide told us how the hero of the day, "Davdi Livingstone" made impassioned speeches at Oxford university, thereby putting pressure on the British government.
By contrast, ...
... pastors farm; as we thought in the beginning we will be able to pick up as many fruits as we want but turned out they expected us to work too! Hahha :) such a big misunderstanding, but once we were there we had to help. Besides that it was hot (as always) and we had to weed and that was pretty funny; after all we were also smelly so we were not able to be angry on the guy about whom I spoke before ! And talking about smells oh... They have that big market in Stone Town and ...
... out for. I do love some good tomato sauce but I can't say I have ever made that big a deal about what brand there is. The local variety is a poor representation of the breed but it was never that bad for me. The next funny thing that happened that night was when it came to paying the bill. It was hilarious to watch the confused looks on the Germans faces as the numbers just didn't add up. Of course it was Simon and my own fault as I had just rounded up and Simon had paid a 10% tip. ...