Chavda Hotel Ltd
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... find souvenir shops before pigging out at the night markets. The shopping was hugely successful and our bartering skills were on top form. It was now time for the night markets...what can I say?! We had the best night sampling all sorts of Zanzibar cuisine including: falafel, meat skewers, kebab, sugar cane juice, and last but definitely not least, Zanzibar pizza!!! Zanzibar pizza deserves it's own paragraph. What an amazing creation. Rolled out ...
... everything fresh from the trees after the tour. Yum! Once sufficiently stuffed we make our way to Stone Town for the afternoon. This is a beautiful old town with lots of tiny little side streets and stunning architecture. The Arabs and Portuguese fought to rule this island, both using it to trade African slaves all over the world. We got lost in the old town and stumbled across a really nice cafe on the beach where we enjoyed lunch ...
... shock! They (school personal ) started touching his hand to figure out if it's fracture and if it is than where is it located. But you could have seen a big curve in his hand which told by itself about the fracture! I am so happy it didn't lead to an open one which might change kids life in many ways (according to the health system level they have here). What about parents ??? Well, what they said was "happened so happened, hmmmm". What an amazing parenting it is! I could ...
... When I did wander down to the kite surfing shack at 1100 it was decided to try again the next day. Given that I had no real plans that was good enough for me. Can you see what I mean about Teddy's place and never leaving. So with a free afternoon I went back to Teddy's and guess what I was just in time for Yoga with Jo. Now for everyone that really knows me you would be in some form of doubt about my ability to bend anything let along form some of the yoga posses. To say I have ...
... for cooking, one for sleeping and one for the children. There are always children. We drive through Saadani National Park to Gongo, a village of around 1,500 people. We are warmly welcomed by the village Council, a collection of some dozen or so people and we spend a bit of time wandering around, eating some of the delicious pineapples they grow. Not knowing the language and so not being able to talk with any ...