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... and to include a lift – hence its name. Today it is a museum that depicts Swahili ad Zanzibar culture.
Our mid morning break came in the form of a cool drink in one of the rooftop restaurants which afforded great views over Stone Town and down to the sea front. It was now 35 degrees, hot and humid and we were ready for a break from the madness of the area.
Following our time in Stone Town we made our way out of the ...
... is complete with a delicious dinner in an Ethiopian restuarant. We are escorted home through the dark alleyways for the 15 minute walk as it is no longer safe for us to wander alone. The local lads are watching soccer with great enthusiasm & cats roam the streets. Early to bed to enjoy our last night in the sultan's suite. Our 5am wake up from the nearby mosque adds to the mystique. A beautiful stay.
A 4.45 alarm call with the bus moving away at 5.45. Can't remember that last time I had a jam sandwich and defiantly never had one before at 5 in the morning! After 2 bush toilet breaks (one in a layby with other people in it), we arrived at our lunch stop, a scenic petrol station... A queue for the one drop toilet in near pitch black conditions with no lock really cheers the group up. After lunch Kip's mate came on board the bus to ...
... night there was a Full Moon
Party at Kendwa Rocks and after going to Thailand it had a lot to
look up to. Unfortunately it was more a resort party rather than a
full on beach party but we still had fun and met some cool people. We
spent 4 nights in Nungwe and mainly just relaxed and ate a lot of
seafood :-) Our favourite restaurant was Barraka Bungalows/Restaurant
which had tables located on the beach and you could pick your own
seafood off ...
... problems as you cant buy from each stall! had amazing seafood, sugarcane juice and speciality 'Zanzibar pizza' from a man called mr Nutella. There are lots if wild cats on Zanz and they all know where the fish market and they surround you in large numbers. Even got scratched as I pushed one away! Also there are lots of children trying to get some food off you. 23rd headed off for a spice tour on spice plantation. Tried many spices and fruits fresh. all ...
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