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... and we were hanging on to bars above our heads for what seemed like ages I couldn't stop shivering from cold not fear. Finally he shouted shark and we had to drop our heads below water it was very murky and I just saw the shadow of the shark as he swam past at speed. Well back to hanging on again like shark bait until the next one flew past. I was frozen solid and underwhelmed eventually we got out and I realised you got a much better view of the sharks from the boat ...
... phew we arrived in one piece. We then took a short flight back to Antananarivo where we were met by our lovely guide again who drove us for 5 hrs in to the rainforest region Andasibe. During the evening Nick suddenly realised that he had left his phone on the island and went in to complete melt down as all his information about our trip is on there. It is a very long story but to say that 'Madagasgar touring' went above and beyond the call of duty to get ...
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 ...
... most pure (and cruel) creatures on this earth - kids. Probably in the beginning I thought it will be more or less like the game. All the classes, learning letters and words, pronunciation, playing, painting, adding colors not only in classrooms but in their lifes too. But the reality was different. It's incredible hard to introduce kids to a different childhood and the different way of teaching whatever it is - maths, science, history, English, etc. Simply they are not used ...
... which they were most amused. "Did we want to stay for the Grand Final?" We declined the kind offer. They were setting up a table and chairs as the Vice President of Zanzibar was coming. It was some kind of political event and Juma was not happy...he said he hated him and his government and would not be having anything to do with it but he did want to see his club play. He walked us to the main road and put us on a daladala. This time it was the ...