Dhow Palace Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel may be the only thing you can buy that makes you richer. Through travel I have made global friendships, seen the nicest beaches, most beautiful mountains and met the most kind strangers. I have learned that the world is not a scary place, despite what CNN shows us on the daily I have faith in humanity, people are not inherently bad. Yes there are a few extremists that seem to ruin it for us all. But not ...
... herself as the Kenyan Nicki Minaj. We later found out that she had a fierce rivalry with the female owner of another bar that we favoured. The Mozambican lady told us that the Kenyan Nicki Minaj imposter was actually a trouble-making prostitute. Not hard to believe at all.
It was the first time that I'd seen groups of mzungus (white people) in East Africa. Parts of Zanzibar are resort heaven, with luxurious hotels invading the beautiful beaches. In Kenya, I’d been welcomed ...
... floor sharing rice and fish and chapattis. We then were on the spice tour were we smelled and tasted different spices like turmeric, ylang ylang, lemon grass, ate some star fruit and rambutan and coconut. There was a plant used for dye in tandoori and masala that the guide called the natural lipstick plant that Kym and I used to apply lipstick. After the spice tour we headed back to the motel got changed and headed ...
... two kinds of oranges, two kinds of grapefruit, jack fruit, pineapple etc.) After the spice tour we got to eat an amazing local lunch including spiced rice, very well flavoured beef, veggie sauce and the best pineapple we’ve ever had. After lunch we went on a tour of the old slave trade that Zanzibar is built on. In the evening we went to an outdoor fish market ...
... to say mostly thanks to a very special travelling partner, thanks for putting up with me, if it was the other way round I would have probably pushed you out of the plane, so good work!!
Signing off now onwards and upwards to my next travelling adventure, sorry it took so long for the last blogs.
Thanks again to everyone that took part in the last year and a half of my life, it was the ...