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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 ...
... There are no utensils and it's dark so I just gnawed the mess out of the barbecue which is a bunch of pieces of animal hacked up, bones and all. Not how we are used to having barbecue---but when you're hungry, you're hungry and you just rip the meat and gristle off the bone with your teeth. After the soccer game was over, we went to a bar with music. At midnight marks Tanzania's revolution day so there were fireworks ...
... I. Clare was very nervous given that they were yelling Kill Him Kill Him, but even though this appears to be a very basic place, I did not believe they would really kill him. With our alert at a peak we decided to head off and get out of there.
What happened to him we will never know, but we had a few conversations with local people who were all very consistent in their comments. No one is allowed to steal in Zanzibar. They are dealt with quickly ...
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 ...
... to be like years ago before indoor electricity and plumbing... what a change 100 years has made.
28.11.13 - Its our last day and set to be the most exciting as it is not only our last day in Zanzibar, but our last in Africa. We have breakfast and pack up before being picked up by our replacement taxi driver to head down to the ports. Ali picks us up and races us through traffic to make the 12:30 ferry to Dar Es Salaam for our flight to Dubai. We make it to ...