Mchanga Beach Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Babysitting service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... There were almost 50,000 women widowed as a consequence of the genocide and 75,000 of those people who survived the genocide were orphaned.
And it seems the international community, including the United Nations, turned a blind eye! The killings were just seen as an extension of the Civil War that had existed here since 1990. Most of us may recall the headlines of the genocide back in 1994, but it appears no one had any real understanding of what was ...
... the doctor ordered. Quick shower after then met them 5min in time for happy hour, then a fantastic dinner. I ordered the South African Villiera wines on the menu, for food I chose a calamari starter and a coconut chicken curry main. Don't usually do desserts, but this time hot chocolate pud with ice cream. Said our goodbyes around 10.30pm. Day 5 - Wed 28th Jan Woke up at 6.30am for a swim. Breakfast, then got a taxi ...
... pineapple juice & vegetable samosas as a lunch snack.
It it is now time to relax & we can't wait to swim in the aqua blue waters. The sand is powder white & the beach pristine. The water is warm & like an aqua blue bath. We read, relax & enjoy the peace. Dinner is delicious, fresh tuna from the ocean & fish curry.
On day two, we spend the morning ...
... Tree. This turned out to be a real find please see attached photo of my trout salad. In the evening Jem came home with his mate Dewalt he was a real character Karen cooked a lovely meal amid Moggs came over too it was a lovely social gathering. Bev and I have been up early everyday swimming so nice to have a swim buddy. We all went in the afternoon to see two museum houses in Barberton they were fascinating and one in particular had all the original fixtures and fittings. They dated ...
Took a tour of Stone Town with Charles, a local young guide who knew his stuff about the history of the town and the buildings. With Zanzibar's background of Sultanates from Oman & Persia, being a protectorate of the British, merchants trading from India, East Africa & the Middle East and Portuguese occupation, the architecture has had many influences and the narrow, winding ...