Harbour View Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Microwave in room
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... to find dinner because there's not much food at the airport and we are leaving Addie's place at 6pm. We try to get food from Barbeque Place but the place doesn't open until 6. Weird cuz there are a bunch of people hanging out there - maybe none of them know how to cook? Karen and I kept wandering down the street while the boys stood around wondering what to do. Boys are useless. Bryan and Steve eventually caught up with us, while Jin went back to ...
... and looking around we stopped at one of the restaurants for lunch. I got a chicken and fruit salad that had super fresh bananas, watermelon, papaya, and pineapple in it. Nicole got a caprese baguette. Yummy. We got some ice cream after shopping more and I got "black chocolate" which was just really super dark chocolate ice cream and it was great.
After taking another bajaji back to the apartment, we hung out for a little bit until Nicole's mom got back from ...
... this monolith will get off the ground. Interestingly, we learn we will be its ninth flight...ever! Jennifer explains that this is exciting, but I counter with the suggestion that the people who boarded the Titanic surely were excited as well.
Something changes in me, however, when I cross the threshold between awkward pre-plane boarding hallway (the one that makes me feel I'm going to the gallows), and ...
... closed us in. Signs at the reception warned campers to not take valuables to the beach and the uniformed guard patrolled the grounds. The ironic thing about security is that it lets you know that you are not in safe surroundings. Think we will pitch our tent, have a beer at the beach bar with yet another beautiful sunset and stay in Kipepeo Campground for the ...
... was a crack up, he spoke with a strange semi-English accent, like the guy on that old coffee ad at home. This part of Zanzibar is very different to mainland Africa, the colonial Portuguese, Omani Arab and Indian influence makes it have a European/middle Eastern feel. Last night we went to a night market, with loads of stalls selling a variety of street food, mostly kebab sticks and Zanzibar pizza, a strange fried pizza-with-stuffing-on-the-inside concoction. There were stacks ...