Flame Tree Cottages
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... cracked out the monopoly deal. We ventured away from Sunset Bungalows and had lunch in town which was really nice. This afternoon 14 of us headed out for a sunset cruise aka another booze cruise which was great fun. There was a bongo drum "band" on board to entertain us, so we all had abit of a boogie and jumped off the top deck of the boat. It was an awesome fun cruise watching the sun ...
... on top of the crater, Derek loved this as they were his favourite animal, I really like Derek and Andrea, nice people, Derek's very funny and Andrea looks after the group, always got snacky treats. Tonight we are Camping at the top of the crater and it is bloody freezing, because we were late back there was no hot water, so ****** ice cold showers were had, it was ******* **** and it ruined me. Then there was a camp fire ...
... cenário perfeito. E meus novos amigos, meus 12 companheiros de viagem, num grupo completamente heterogêneo, que a cada dia está mais divertido e introsado, completam a cena.
Estou me sentindo literalmente "em casa", exceto pelo fato de que quando estamos fora da praia e do hotel, as mulheres tem que andar com braços e pernas cobertas, pois como eu disse no começo, se trata de uma ilha predominantemente islâmica, portanto não se deve sair mostrando o corpo, apesar do ...
... br> SOME BASIC FACTS ABOUT ZANZIBAR
- Over the centuries, Zanzibar has been visited and occupied b explorers, traders and settlers. Persians, Arabs, Indians, and Europeans have all had their time, and left their impression.
- In 1840, the Sultan of Oman transferred his seat of government to Zanzibar.
- The introduction of clove plantations and the flourishing of the notorious slave trade saw Zanzibar develop into a ...
... I'm living with a ~35 year old woman, Mariam, and her 11 year old daughter, Faizah. There is a little woman's clothing/accessories store in our home that my host mom occasionally opens. I asked her why not every day and *I think* she said she was waiting for people to pay her for things they bought, kind of like a microcredit operation, in order to buy more things. Faizah is at government school in the morning and Madrasa in the evening ...