Echo Beach Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Babysitting service
- High-speed internet in room
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... talking with them. Boy, will they have a story to tell when they get back to school and write about "How I Spent My Summer".
Today was a leisurely beach day. It was also a "let's repack our bags day" in anticipation of our flight home. We had bought a wood statue of the big five when we were in Tanzania. On our flight over to Zanzibar they made us take it out of our carry on and put ...
... dried weight) per year. The four main buyers are USA, Spain, China and Denmark. We left a symbolic donation of TZS 1,500 to the women working in the Seaweed Center and left for our hostel. We walked along the coast in order to enjoy white sand and sky-blue ocean.
In the evening we went back to the village to get something for dinner. In our hostel we met a German girl who took us to another local place. They had chips, salad, chapatti, coconut ...
... Because it was so early, we didn't eat breakfast until after our first activity which just so happened to be SWIMMING WITH WILD DOLPHINS. Just your average Saturday, you know. The beach we went to was of course, gorgeous. I'm running out of words to describe them haha. The white sand was so fine and soft, and the water is a bright teal color. I thought I may get sick on the boat, but props to my homies the motion sickness pills once again! We went really far away from the ...
... I am now creeped out more. A third stopped us to sell us his crafts. I bee lined it back. Two guards are now walking along the beach. I think I am in the resort from now on. Except we have booked a snorkeling excursion for tomorrow :).
Pause.......oh sorry my beach attendant just came by to offer me an iced coffee :).
Marilyn Mary and I wandered up to the Bazaar Shop, but no purchases. Marilyn and I then stopped for high tea.
... guy who tried to karate kid the front door down rather than knock to see if anybody was in. If I never see the girl in the yellow dress again it will be too soon, though I fear that she will be standing at the arrival terminal in Dar Es Salaam adding messy eyeliner to a baby, to torment the jumpy English guy even further. She wasn’t.
After Zanzibar everybody split off in their own separate directions, mine being Arusha. My gruelling eleven hour bus ride to ...