Mchanga Beach Lodge
- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Kids pool
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... it well so that it turned into a sunset cruise with a drop off at the floating bar...hell yes! Day ended swimming from the bar to land instead of 2$ taxi boat, grabbing food in Forodani Square again, and very satisfied with the day. The day was literally so amazing I didnīt want to leave but the next day was Christmas eve and I decided to head North to see another side of the Island.
In the morning I went for a run to another part of Stonetown (much later ...
... 8217;d rather open results myself if you all (mum) don’t mind xo
James: First things first, I DID make it up Kili however I was not in the group photo due to being on the edge of passing out due to the lack of delicious oxygen. (Have the photo and certificate to prove it). Yeah, Zanzibar is really nice just finished our first water polo game of hopefully many to come and just had a dip in the water. Also looking forward to what we get in halfboard. :D bye
... in it. Thus, although it was a bit of struggle, commerce was possible.
In fact when they got back, Ibn Jafar and Ahmed brought Janiah and me some coconuts, oranges, and sweet potatoes. It was quite a challenge to open the coconut but it was quite delicious. What I love about coconuts is that they are convenient to eat. They are great when you’re thirsty, they provide snack via the meat, and they have their bowls! The coconut milk was sweet and incredibly ...
After many hugs and kisses and promises to keep in touch we left our group and flew to Zanzibar where we will spend five days relaxing on the beach. Zanzibar is an island of 1.5 million people of which 95% are Muslim. It is Ramadan, but because we love the Muslim people we don't find this a problem. We hire a taxi to take us to our first hotel which although it is only 30 miles away takes us an hour to get there. Cars, ...
... get a solid beating by the crowd before any police are even called. Perhaps the police never get called. The beatings are often quite severe.
On a lighter note Zanzibar is known for its spices. There are spice stalls everywhere and there are all manner of spices for sale. Can't really say that we noticed the spices in the food albeit that Indian food predominates and of course that is full of spices.
Went out to Prison Island to see the giant ...