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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Rod – Greater Whiskered Australian Birdo
Call: “That is beautiful, beautiful, that is beautiful”
Habits: Generally sociable but regularly found alone for short periods, especially early mornings and evenings. Always watchful
Laine – Western ...
A rather damp reception but very friendly little island! We arrived late at night to our hotel just outside Stone town after two flights with a 4hr gap in between. The following day we visited Stone Town and a young boy guided us around the town for a small fee. He was very helpful and it was really funny as he had brothers and sisters all over the island who could help us with whatever we wanted to do. It turned out his brother drives a taxi. With some negotiation he picked us up from ...
... briefings which are designed for a 1 year old. We were the only Mzungus on the ferry which had no maximum amount of people. A nightmare. Once we got to the other side of Dar Es Salaam we hopped onto another bus and headed to the ferry terminal to Zanzibar. After jumping aboard, the whitest people on board (us) decided to take over the sun deck. Clearly I was in need of my daily nap so I shuffled down the seat, ...
... seeing where everything comes from. On a cinnamon tree, all parts of the tree are used, the bark, the trunks, the leaves, the stalks and the roots. Crazy days. Anyways we had a lovely lunch, very luxurious on the floor with serving bowls that looked more like washing up buckets, but I tell you what, the food was amazing. Then we headed back to town and had a wander around the old town which is cool. I have found another jewelry box to add to my ...
After a two day drive from Arusha to Dar es Salaam and one night at a lovely beach camp on Dar es Salaam's coast, it was time for my final trip and one of the trips I'd been looking forward to most - Zanzibar! We headed to the Island on a very decent ferry, taking about an hour and a half and as we came into port I knew immediately that I was going to love Stone Town. It was a short walk from the ferry terminal to where we were staying for our first night, down ...