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... out in the water waiting for us was an old, weathered wooden boat - far from the shiny fibreglass boats we were used to!
We all got in the water, waded up to the boat and threw our things in before surveying our home for the day. All seemed fairly sturdy aside from the few planks of wood which weren’t nailed down, some holes in the sails and a tiny motor (not quite fit for the weight of the boat it was carrying) - this ...
... a cheeky monkey play together. They are obviously friends and this is probably their daily ritual before the beach comes to life. They run, roll, chase each other & scramble in & out of the shallows. I have never seen a monkey & a dog have so much fun together & we all enjoy the spectacle. Another little treat in Africa!
We have had the most amazing trip organised by Joao from It Started In Africa & have not had one ...
... the little alleys are the same (even though after a few hours you get the hang of it, because it is really very little!!) and decide to take a guide for the next afternoon because there are quite some interesting things to see. SO the first evening we have dinner as mentioned, on the roof top, ending with brandy, Amarula and cigars...getting down the steep stairs back to our rooms is a little challenging..!!
Next morning is spent shopping, yay!! It ...
We leave the Serengeti and head back to Mto Wa Mbu (and its rivers of mosquitoes), from which we will eventually begin a two-day drive to take us towards Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar. We visit a local pre-school, where about 80 children are packed tight into a classroom. Teaching resources are limited to hand-written charts, scavenged 1990s movie posters and long tree branches used as pointers. The kids are gorgeous though, each in their matching uniforms ...
... s, Juma and his wife, Sayoomo (sorry wrong spelling) and their 3 year old daughter Hanifa. Another transfer failed to show so Juma organized a taxi van to take us all to Stone Town BnB, our home for the next 4 nights. Juma and his wife stayed for lunch and they have arranged to take us to see their house tomorrow. The Stone Town BnB is run by an Australian woman, Judy and her Zanzarbarian husband, Massoud, who trained as a chef in Australia. I think we will be ...