Arabian Nights Hotel
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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 ...
... streets, past little shops and dodging scooters and bicycles. A quick refresh and we were out again to lunch at what seemed like someone's house and then onto a spice tour. We drove out of the town and to a luscious plantation where we were shown all sorts of spice trees as well as fruits, many of which we got to try or at least smell. Spices used to dominate Zanzibar's economy and although they no longer do there are still many plantations dotted around the centre ...
... pain, the sun was burning my already sunburnt shoulders and we still had at least 40 minutes to go. I became so annoying that Gonzalo gave up and we decided to start walking back. On the way back I cut my hand and Gonzalo his foot from the corals. We reached our hostel at 13.00! I was so badly sunburnt. I think I have never been so much sunburnt before. This time I even put some sun cream, however, the sun was too strong. Plus, it was affecting me twice – not only ...
Everyone was so excited about spending some days at the beach - it's been about 4 weeks on safari so a well deserved relaxation is in order. A holiday from our holiday - and most importantly a few days is proper beds and no tents! The first night was spent on the main town on Zanzibar called Stone Town. It's a small town with many 3 story buildings and very narrow streets, similar to what you might see in some European towns - but slightly run down. We went in a spice tour, it ...
... 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. ...