Kunduchi Beach Hotel And Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... very confused!! Steve goes to rescue the plate of food, commenting, "that was not at all how I imagined that would happen...." Shortly after, 3 of us girls got a henna tattoo from two ladies who were walking around selling them. Steve offered them the plate of food, and they were a little confused until we told them the story. They started ******* themselves laughing, apparently the dude is a well known local "crazy man" who has been on some odd drugs for a while and has ...
... I am volunteering) the Mgulani hostel (where I am getting my evening meals from) Mgulani Nursery School and a home for girls saved from trafficking. As well as all the officers (ministers) who work in each area. It is a lovely compound. We have a guard on the entrance gate. I feel very privileged indeed as I was going to be staying at the Mgulani Hostel Huts but my friends managed to find a College Hut that I could stay in, which is in ...
... seen on a postcard beach! My god I thought I had seen so of the best beaches around but nothing like the white coral sand here and translucent turquoise waters. Our accommodation was right on the beach so you could sit at the bar and enjoy a beer and seafood salad or chill out on one the hammocks littered between palm trees that fringed the edge of the beach. A few of us weren't long booking a couple of dives for the next morning, so we headed out at 9 the next morning to get our ...
Day 2: October 27, 2013
Since it was Sunday we decided to go to the St. Joseph´s Cathedral and attend a mass. There were various masses that day, not only in Swahili but also in English. We figured that it would be much easier to catch at least some basic things in English so we went for the English one. The mass started at about 11.30. Unfortunately it was a typically ...
... that my own card lay safe in my fanny pack. Oh hubris. Anyway, I got up nice and early this morning to catch the ferry over to Zanzibar. But on the way I thought, why not take out a bit of extra money? You don't know if you'll be easily be able to find a bank on the island and it is a truth universally acknowledged that having money is better than not having money. As I inserted the card into the machine I even thought, ha! wouldn't this be annoying if ...