Arabian Nights Hotel
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It has been quite a trip here for us. A first time Africa for Christine, a long-waited return for Philippe. Tanzania is definitely blessed with amazing parks, sights and activities to do, from mountains, to safari, forests, islands, IT HAS IT ALL.
Tanzania is also quite a safe, the infrastructure and services are good, people are welcoming, helpful and easy-going... BUT as we spent more time here, ...
... will agree that the beaches are some of the most beautiful in the world. The colours are incredible, and I'm not sure that pictures can ever really do the beauty justice. But, I tried. Our hotel room was nice, and we enjoyed some lovely relaxation.
We had to laugh, however, at our attempt to go snorkeling. Captain Suleiman approached us on the beach, and offered us a great deal for the four ...
... boat ride for us tomorrow to Paradise Beach and we are arranging a few hours shopping in Stone Town on Tuesday. Lots of Love from the Beests on the Beach!
Mike- Right Grayz listen up. I can only assume that since I've been gone you’ve been sat around twiddling your thumbs, waiting for my return so I decided it’d be kind and thoughtful to give you a task. I’d love a packet of milk choc hobnobs (having read this back I feel the need to ...
... doesn't have license. But somehow he got his ass dry. When we got back home all the volunteers that Philemon had here were at our green house and we had dinner together. Was really great and now I feel much more comfy with dutch language then ever before; here it's everywhere. Also Philemon told us that Darata and me we are very special volunteers for them as we are extremely honest and saying all the truth even If it sometimes not very nice. And we loved ...
... it to them at a very reasonable rate and they have to do some renovating......the floor has rotted out in two of the rooms upstairs so they will replace them when they can afford it and have two extra classrooms. Judy took us for a tour of the school.....the littlies are downstairs and the older students are upstairs with a volunteer teacher from Switzerland. At the front of the hotel are some ruins which once belonged to Princess Salme, a ...