Hyatt Regency Dar es Salaam, The Kilimanjaro
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... alone. We hung out at a beach side bar, and enjoyed some tasty eats. Later in the evening, Jelle told us about a bicycling spice tour, which of course I had to do. Fortunately Rosy and Derry felt the same way, and we made plans to head into Stone Town and do the tour. I checked out the following day and we hopped on the always wonderful, crowded Dala Dala into Stone Town. There, we were greeted by Haji, our bike tour guide who was one of the nicest guys I had ...
... see why! Accommodation was a nice 2 story chalet with opening doors onto the balcony. Hot water was limited and the shower was basically a stream of water, like someone pouring it out of a bottle. At dinner, we met two girls who will be joining us on the remainder of the tour. Lucy and Wendy who are two Dutch girls in their mid twenties. They seem nice. But no chance to get to know them yet, early night as its a 6am rise. Deano & Webby - red but not forgotten! ...
... to a vegetarian diet was a pretty easy option. Finding one of many Zanzibar pizza stalls I dared to try a vegetarian pizza. My man rolled out a small piece if dough with his fingers. Then laden it with oil and finely chopped veges (pretty sure it was just onion and carrot) he then added several generous spoons of mayo, cracked an egg mixed it together, attempted to pull it together before frying it (no dieting here!) afterwards I had a very ...
This morning we got up early to have breaky with Renee as she was leaving on an early ferry this morning. I had already packed and got organised so we had time to walk to one of the shops to by another pair of pants. We caught the minibus back to stone town and went back to the same house we had eaten at before for lunch. Again sitting on the floor eating rice and stew with chapattis. After lunch we headed to the ferry. ...
... horrible nearly ceiling high wooden cabinet thing in, with some panes of sliding glass. It's old and scufty and dirty and dingy and I really hate it. It's also got a load of **** in it. While sorting it, I find exercises and exams from 2005, bits of old tiles which have been taken up and just shoved in one of the cupboards, a random selection of toys that are hidden away, rotten folders, many spiders (shudder), and just general rubbish. I completely clear it and the only ...
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