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... day we went for a hike in Ranomafana national park With our appointed guide - Diamond who was incredibly knowledgable. I really enjoyed it although wasn't feeling the best. It was definitely my sort of terrain - at one point we were running through the rainforest trying to keep up with the lemurs this involved scrambling up very steep banks at speed what fun. We eventually caught up with then and were rewarded for about 20 minutes watching them up close ...
... everything fresh from the trees after the tour. Yum! Once sufficiently stuffed we make our way to Stone Town for the afternoon. This is a beautiful old town with lots of tiny little side streets and stunning architecture. The Arabs and Portuguese fought to rule this island, both using it to trade African slaves all over the world. We got lost in the old town and stumbled across a really nice cafe on the beach where we enjoyed lunch ...
To do tours around Zanzibar Island is really pretty expensive. Tourists being robbed for sure but probably that's how the island survives. And if you follow my posts you will understand how they probably fixed the electricity issue after 3 months disappearance :). But how bad would it be to live in the island and not to explore it? And also when I say to love in the island I mean it. And actually today while I was talking with girl from South Africa and she said "... And as ...
... and this is dragging on a bit long, today we went on a walk around Stone Town, again! This time was with a local gentleman named Juma who explained the history and origins of so much of what we'd been walking past obliviously. It was great to hear and he was very helpful with our loads of questions. One thing I'll mention as its a personal one. I asked him what the locals opinion of dreadlocks are, as during our many hours spent walking and cycling I was possibly called ...
... girls we were with during the snorkelling stumped her toe on a Sea Urchin which looked really painful and prompted Steve to turn to me and said "If anyone was going to do that I thought it would be you". Moments later…as we arrived for lunch we had to jump into the water and walk to the beach, I was first off the boat. As the boats motor had disturbed the sand and visibility, I walked confidently and directly into a sea urchin getting some souvenir ...