Mbuyuni Beach Village
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... at the beaches and women go out during low tide to harvest a particular type of seaweed that they sell. It is very low key, very real.
Dawna stayed on for a few more days after I left. My flight from Stone Town to Dar Es Salaam was uneventful. Then my KLM flight from Dar to Amsterdam went beautifully as well. Amsterdam to Calgary went without a hitch and when I got my flight to Kelowna I was happy to be home. I had undertaken an ...
... The nights when we have electricity :) I think today is the first day wen the electricity stayed on all the time! I am so glad I had a chance to charge my phone ! About shower ... This is just so funny; no warm shower, no shower curtains, toilet is a bit broken, but again, for Africa it is more than good! Also we have tv which shows Everything in green color ! So we don't really watch it because usually we have picnics outside with dutch girl Margo and ...
A filthy hangover awaits me this morning. I knew the instant I tried to open my eyes and found them glued shut by the contact lenses I failed to remove last night that it was going to be a difficult day. Looking back, drinking beer at 4am in an attempt to sober up was probably an error. But then so is sucking the local whiskey straight out of their plastic sachets I guess.Eventually we make it over to one of the beaches on the eastern coast, which ...
So for our final night in Victoria Falls we went on a rhino safari, and luckily saw black rhinos within seconds of entering the park! It was incredible to see them, especially as they are on the verge of extinction. Afterwards we had a great meal around the fire in the park, with several rangers standing by incase of lions! The next day we headed to Hwange National Park, which turned out to be one of our favourites so far, towards the end of the drive we visited ...
... above mentioned light shades of blue light that do encourage sleep, if not a guide light to the loo with a view. To the left currently we have a sitting area that seems to have been designed by, if need not being an original furniture piece, of Arab inspired work. In fact a similar setting is off to the left also. Of course Zanzibar h quite a history, having at times been ruled, as an Morgantown trading route, by Arabs, Portuguese and I believe Persians also. It ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet