Blue Pearl Hotel
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... the toughest times are the ones we learn the most from. Yes this is a little cheesy, but I feel its important to let everyone know how much Ive gained from this experience. I will never forget this trip; my first trip alone and I will certainly never forget the people I have met in this hot, beautiful country.
I will arrive in Boston tomorrow night and I admit I am super pumped to sleep in my own bed. I hope you all enjoyed reading my blog ...
... full advantage of having air con room, piping hot shower and fluffy towels. At the same time it felt odd and a bit like cheating on our tents.
We even had dinner in the rooftop restaurant, and I used a hairdryer (not in the restaurant).
Next day we met Rachael at the airport, and headed up to Bagamoya again.
... and we realize that this could be a beautiful city if it is restored. Most of the buildings are very neglected. We visit the historical sights and head back to the Lodge as we have an appointment at two to go to a spice plantation. We find the spice tour very interesting and informative and buy one or two items like soap and perfume and spice. It is run by the community so they, the guide and two assistants, expect a "tip" at the ...
... monument is adjacent. Consists of a pit with five slaves shackled with chains. The school is busy with the chatter of excited school children. Stand in the doorway to peak inside the classroom. The children's backs are to me but one soon realises there's a white giant in the doorway and they all turn about to giggle and wave. Teacher is not amused. Disrupting class again. Somethings never change. External walls painted with upper and lower case letters of the alphabet with pictures ...
A large percent of people travel for leisure. Everybody longs to relax.
Nobody can work like a robot. To get away from the stress and tension of
their work, they usually take a few days off to visit tourist places
with their families to see places and enjoy a fantastic vacation. There
are people who travel within their country, and there are people
traveling to other countries depending on their budget.
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