Echo Beach Hotel
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... the first policeman thought he could get some money from us but didnīt succeed.
The second police control was a bit smarter. At first, the policeman asked Gonzalo to show him his driving license. He even checked if Tanzania was listed among the countries which the driving permit was granted for. Then he wanted to see some documents from the motorbike. We opened the seat and there were two or three labels with different dates. The policeman noticed that one of the ...
... and security check. I did this a few times with my full back pack on as the food and drink area was on the other side and I wanted to get a pop to go with my snack and lunch. Is the CIA and Obama aware of this. Things I have forgotten about traveling in the developing world -You always want to make sure your driver is not impaired in any way and now a days you not only need to make sure he is not ...
... 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.
... I spent most of the day – well, when I wasn’t having a massage or sitting at the bar. The beaches here should be the dictionary definition of what a beach should be, pure white fine sand, turquoise clear waters and no litter in sight. Palm trees sprouting in all the right places and the sun sets right in front of the bar. What more could you ask for?
It’s amazing how quickly doing ‘nothing’ on the beach can pass by and ...
... were being sent in to play a game of catch-me-if-you-can. Catch them they did and swallow them whole!
Early the next morning our group loaded into two Jeeps. We were off on a three day adventure in search of completing our BIG FIVE!
The first day was spent at Lake Maynara. Its supposed to be a bird watchers paradise. We saw some cool birds but we wanted big animals! We did spot some elephants, giraffes, zebras, a monitor lizard and more baboons, but I ...