- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Pretty cool to be there for that....although, not surprisingly, the fireworks didn't really compare to the craziness that is American 4th of July fireworks. The bar was filled with locals and what I learned were 'beach boys'. These are men that like to 'visit' with tourist women and show them a 'good' time. No longer was I a dumb white unicorn, but now, I became a doe during hunting season. Thankfully, I could seek ...
We actually departed early from the hotel, went to the airport where we left early and even arrived in Dar es Salaam before we were supposed to be leaving! Then everything ground to a halt as we couldn’t check our bags in and there were no coffee shops available until we did! Wendy, Rick and Rod had ...
... climbed to the top of a very tall coconut tree whilst singing. This guy was mad! We were then gifted with a flax crown, ring and handbag while the boys only got a flax hat (like King Julian's off Madagascar!). We enjoyed these gifts while drinking coconut. When the tour had finished we had the opportunity to buy different spices and try some of the local fruit. Excellent tour! At around 5 our group: Me, Matt, Rach, Leigh, Nat and Annie ventured out ...
... weirdly tart. It was delicious!
After the spice tour our guide drove us to the northern beach where we had a late lunch and then relaxed on one of the prettiest beaches I've ever seen. Campbell and I even got in on a little beach volleyball! The water in Zanzibar was gorgeous, and there were actually quite a few people (honeymooners, I think) on the beach.
Then, our guide drove us back to our hotel/hostel where we showered and then went out to dinner ...
... boat and for the first (and likely last) time in my life, I feel like I'm a Bond villain. I'm already well and truly off the boat before I realise that I only learned to swim last year and my sum total snorkelling experience is about 5 minutes. I quickly get the hang of it and it is well worth my two minutes of flailing. With my head fully submerged, all that surrounds me are sparkling plankton, which seem to fizz as they pass by my ears. Underneath is the reef, filled with turtles ...