Hotel Les Arcades
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... The distance and the hot and sultry conditions really didn't encourage walking so we learned to master the local share taxi system very quickly. It was 250KF, one way but you had to check each time as the price varied depending on how gullible the driver thought you were.
The first night we headed into town to find the recommended Restaurant Fakhri. The driver seemed a little unsure where it was so we jumped out near the market early to search on foot. ...
... an additional day in the hell-hold of Chomoni. If you go to the Comoros, don't go to Chomoni. The rest of the island is so charming brimming with lovely people. Chomoni sucks. Probably the most fun I had was our first and last nights in this little room that we had arranged attached to a little retaurant in Moroni. At night all of the owner's friends stop by and sit around the table outside chatting and just relaxing after work. One of the men used to be ...
... Downstairs I walked around a bit grabbing onto whatever I could find but could not locate the bathroom. Finally a crew member woke up and took pity on me asking what I needed. I told him the bathroom. Blank stare. Okay, bathroom, toilet, WC, peepee?? Nothing. So I crouched down and pointed downward mimicking peeing. Ahhhh!!!! Universal understanding... He leads me to the bathroom, which is strategically placed right next to the thing ...
... 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 ...
... Thank goodness for good travel partners. Marta and I have joked that our theme song for the trip is Ridin' Dirty, as we have heard that song a few times since arriving, and we certainly rode dirty to the Comoros, in the most literal sense possible. Needless to say, we are very happy to be here. And we're buying plane tickets to Madagascar. Though I do feel like I'm doing something right with my life when my latest mistake is African sea travel. ...