Mediterraneo Hotel & Restaurant
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... those who embrace Islam, that in order to stay in a hotel, they MUST drink a beer. We need to remind ourselves just how tolerant we are in Canada, where we welcome all, and require so little
We miss about 92% of you a great deal.. I'm now going to fight for a spot on a double bed that already has three in (on) it. Some weird song "and the one monkey said, roll over, roll over...", resonates for some reason. We'll keep you posted.
... to a stout rope, for walk. We stopped in one town where almost everyone was involved in making furniture - outside. Fishermen were selling their catch in roadside stalls but some of the women chose to wade out up to their waist with their abayas floating around them, to buy directly from the boats. Eventually we run into a couple of policemen, have a lovely 40 minute chat and then decide to skedaddle back to the hotel. What a day! ...
... The house is close to the beach and quite a few restaurants and bars. There is a general store nearby, but because this is quite a wealthy area they are all ‘Mzungo prices’ (foreigner prices) – they wanted $30 for a bottle of sunscreen!! Thanks, but I’ll just burn.
On Monday morning we took the Dala Dala to the hospital for orientation. Imagine for a moment the following scenario: It’s ridiculously hot and even more stupidly humid. Take a ...
... and receiving change in Tanzanian shillings we all returned to the pool area to enjoy a welcome small glass (large for some) of Amarula supplied and organised by Jan. This is a South African drink similar to Bailey’s Irish Cream and just as delicious and easy to drink. We had seen the Amarula tree growing in Bongani Reserve; apparently elephants love the fruit. Jan was keen to provide us all with this treat – thanks Jan – ...
... in for the photo shoot when we show up. The second half of this trip was at the Serengeti National Park where we saw even more lions and followed a group of 8 young adult lions, both males and females. It was incredible getting to be so close to that many lions, but I think the best part of the safari was watching the quintessential sunset over the dusty African safari.