Hotel International Karthala
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Moroni
... change our flight to Nairobi and get out of Moroni early. We dragged ourselves back around to the Air Kenya office only to find out (at 3.10pm) that the office CLOSED AT 3pm!!!!!!! Now I was really in melt down and jumped in a taxi back to the hotel.
This turned out to be a good decision. Back in the room I logged onto Air Kenya and within 15minutes had changed our flights for a total of $50.Done and dusted. We just had to amuse ourselves for another day and ...
The Comoros is freaking expensive. Really nice, but crazy expensive. The only way I would come back is with lots of money. Examples: Zanzibar: for 20 bucks Rose and I get a double room with fans, mosquito nets, water elecricity, and a nice roof top terrace from which we enjoy our free giant breakfast in the mornings. Madagascar: for about 9 bucks Rose and I get a double bed in a bungalow surrounded with sand, with fan, mosquito net, open shower but hey there ...
So the last entry I wrote was erased as I tried to post it... go figure. Appologies for the long delay but internet is hard to come by. For your reading pleasure here is the erased post about the boat journey. The next post on our time in the Comoros will be coming soon when internet is a bit cheaper. Well short version. Rose and I thought it would be a good idea to go by boat to the Comoros... how wrong we were. Never travel by cargo boat ...
... he took pity on us and gave us their snack supply of some bakery rolls and bananas that they had brought from Moroni. So, our Seagull Moment. On the first day, we were alerted to the presence of a critter in our room - it got into one of our bananas. Sunday, Marta discovered that it had taken some nibbles from her discarded dirty underwear. What? That night, having wrapped up our food items, we went ...
... his English isn't much better. Maybe it could work. - The guy who smelled horrible and also happened to be positioned right next to our heads. - The guy who thinks it's a good idea to catch a seagull and show it off in our communal living space. As if it wasn't dirty enough already. - Random mystery bits falling on our faces. We were on the sea - it couldn't have been dirt or dust, so what was the film of junk on my face when I awoke from ...