Arabian Nights Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... one, Jess was wearing a long maroon dress and looked so pretty in it. Everyone was keen to go back to the hotel and I managed to persuade Jess to come and check out how bad our room was, unfortunately Martyn was still in it, then we found a sofa to sit on and Derek/Andrea found us, finally I walked Jess back to her room and it happened, I kissed her, a sober kiss and it knocked my socks off. I don't think I will ever forget ...
The plan was to dive again today, but because of the tides, the boat is not leaving until 11:30, getting back at 15:30, so too late for us, we have a new destination this evening. So instead we take a lazy morning and over breakfast arrange to meet up with Adriana and Cassio either in Barcelona, Norway or Madagascar! At 10:00 a taxi picks us up and we drive to the south east side of the island to Paje and Demani Lodge. It takes about 1.5 hours and we get to see a fair amount of ...
... us decorative presents made out of grass (bracelets, necklaces, rings, ties, handbag, hat etc.).
After finishing our tour around the spice farm we moved to the nearby spice market where we were able to buy some spices.
Even though we paid only USD 10 for the tour, lunch was included. They served us pilau rice with different kinds of spices, coconut sauce, chapati, sukuma and vegetable salad. It was pretty good!
From the spice farm they took us ...
... ladies and me. I was running out of time before our dinner meeting so I only let her put clear polish on rather then the reddish purple polish she wanted to do. They were really sweet and she asked me to add her on Facebook! I raced from the spa to the restaurant for drinks which was a gorgeous place to watch the sunset over the ocean. I had a funky monkey drink in a coconut. After dinner we walked though the night market which was interesting to see but it felt like theft and ...
... picked me up. The cost for a journey of over 60 km was $1200 TSH or about 80cents. Once I arrived at the right place I jumped out and walked the last half a kilometre to arrive at New Teddys Place. A little slice of tropical bliss at fairly decent backpacker rates of $17 USD a night. I would soon learn that it was much like the fabled Hotel California where you can check in but never truly leave. I met Simon on my way in and after some very African greetings (its all in the ...