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... a slightly more heavy crepe), chipati and spicy tea.
Day 22- Stone Town to Nungwi
After breakfast we were given a great three hour tour around Stone Town by Khamis. He was pretty enthusiastic and interested by the history and politics which made the tour really enjoyable. We explored the little streets, went inside Africa House Hotel, around the old Slave market, went into a “slave dungeon” inside a church (?!?!), wandered around the ...
... told them I wanted to go to Zanzibar in an hour and all of a sudden I'm being whisked away to some small booking office for some company I couldn't even identify. The price was right so I figured, "why not, I have no idea what company's office I'm in right now, but hey, there are other folks around so it must be be cool, right?" Then it was a mad dash to get me over to a different terminal and taxis careening around, ...
... the guide running, toothbrush in hand
Hear the driver laughing, Rick is buckled over
Huff puff jump on, off we go
Down by the whale way, every waking moment
See the pods of whales, scattered off the coast
Hear the calves splashing in the Indi Ocean
Splat splat (whale noise) off they go
Today got up, had a yummy breakfast then joined most of the group to go on a walking tour of StoneTown, which was very interesting and informative. Stone Town also known as Mji Mkongwe (Swahili for "old town") is the old part of Zanzibar City, the main city of Zanzibar, in Tanzania. It is located on the western coast of Unguja, the main island of the Zanzibar. It is the former capital of ...
... with me everywhere so that if anyone asks me 'sir, sir, you want buy chicken/DVD/farm?' I can be like 'nope, sorry, I've spent all my money on vanilla soap...' Zoe: reunited with mum at last, so today we did our first tour together the mystical magical Spice tour. First we saw ginger spice, I thought the guide was having us on, turns out he was. Sad face. After all I was a spice girls baby growing up. Then we saw all the other spices and fruits. ...