Chapwani Private island
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... a fresh pineapple juice & vegetable Samosas as a lunch snack.
It it is now time to relax & we can't wait to swim in the Aqua blue waters. The sand is powder White & the beach pristine. The water is warm & like an aqua blue bath. We read, relax & enjoy the peace. Dinner is delicious, fresh tuna from the ocean & fish curry.
on day two, we spend the ...
... to watch tour guide Dan after some explaining bluntly responded wait he ***** the children! Which caused me and Vikki to wet ourselves in the back of the car. We then spent the rest of the journey enlightening, much to his shock, tour guide Daniel that many of the characters he liked where actually gay in real life and not the macho man he envisioned. After a amusing journey we arrived at our destination of Nungwi village in Zanzibar and picked a hotel, which had an ...
... medical care that is not available in the slums. The people of Kibera are in real need of help but the government continues to turn a blind eye to the problems. I finished my tour by visiting the school that is offered to children, many of whom are orphans, by Agape, the charity that Collins works with. I really enjoyed spending time with the children, playing games and then serving them rice and onions, possibly the only meal they will have all day. ...
Selected the optional Stone Town tour with the same local guide we had had for the spice tour Ali. The streets of Stone town which is the old part of Zanzibar town is a labyrinth of very narrow alley ways. We absolutely loved the wooden ornately carved doors all around the town and took photos of all the different ones we saw. After the tour we tried to find the Anglican church that was built on top of the ...
... and bits of wood. Mr Spice – our guide – was quite amusing and brought the whole thing to life, but it was still pretty lame.
We even managed to fit in a visit to a slave museum as Zanzibar was one of the last places in the world to ban slavery and traded slaves within Africa to the late 19th century when the British banned it.
The day concluded with a meal at the Freddie Mercury Restaurant in Stone Town ...