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... some snorkelling.
95% of the way there we dropped two of the guys into the sea and they swam to shore to cook lunch while we went snorkelling.
We then set off for another 20min towards a neighbouring private island - allegedly owned by Bill Gates. When we arrived, the water was even more crystal clear than the water at the beach that morning - soo amazing! It wasn’t long before our gear was on and we were all in ...
... We pulled up in to a farm yard and I approached the farmer - Feeny who was very nice and let us park our car on his land, and sent us on our way on a 2 hr treck. 1/2hr in the heavens opened with thunder and lightening right overhead. Well it would be fair to say I had entered the wet T- shirt competition, oh no and Feeny is coming up the track in his truck! I think he felt sorry for us and said when we got back to the farm we could ask for a couple of towels. ...
I started off today with a sleep in and only had to be up by 8am it was bliss!! and off i went to start my snorkelling off Zanzibar. Quite a few of my group had decided to go either snorkelling or diving it was an all day adventure. Another struggle into a damp wetsuit and off we waded into the water to hop onto our boat. It looked incredibly rickety we had a good hour sail out to the reef were ...
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 ...
... 50,000 and the order was placed by a businessman from Kenya. It takes approx. 3 months to finish such a boat. In case of smaller boats they need 3-4 weeks. The principal material is mangrove and teak wood. They use cotton and coconut milk as packing. It is 100% handmade, they donīt work with any electric machines but use only simple tools handled manually.
From the beach we went back to Stone Town. We were very impressed by the quality of the spice tour. It was the ...