My Blue Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... about each so passionately. To smell the spices from the raw bark and plants was fantastic as they were the familiar smells that we could guess but even stronger. The ginger was a favourite of mine for sure. We came to the Ylang Ylang tree which just looked like an ordinary tree from which they picked us off some ordinary looking leaves. Turns out though, this is the plant used for the famous Chanel No. 5. To think the signature scent comes from these leaves ...
... my handkerchief again when I was off the beach and the hotel. I feel charming and comfortable with it.
And how could not miss went to my first dive. Anxious because I had heard a lot of dives here and there webs rays. I was just me and James, my English friend and had somewhat bad experience on the boat. He was hangover (we all went to take a bar last several seafront after dinner), and the boat was just the most terrible of all my dives. It was literally a ...
... 3. First, though, I availed myself of the elliptical machine again (this was really an exciting development for me) and watched the Academy Awards results on Al-Jazeera English--the ceremony was just ending as I got to the gym.
We set out on Dive Poseidon's boat for our two local dives. I was amazed at how much coral and sea life there were just offshore. I had to go out a ways by boat on my previous six dives. In Nungwi, both dives were close by; ...
... was given a gift of two land tortoises a hundred years ago from The Seychelles which were then part of Zanzibar. They are now kept on this island and have multiplied to 101 tortoises. The oldest is 165 years and the youngest is two weeks. We were able to touch them and hold a smaller one. We discovered that turtles make a loud grunting noise while having sex! It's something to see a 101 year old with a 79 year old!!! The dhow then ...
... like we were catapulted 60 years back in time and couldn't stop taking pictures of all the interesting corners of this place. After enjoying a quick view from the House of Africa, we admired the house where Freddy Mercury once lived in. "Who is Freddy Mercury?" Bob, the american, asked. We were all surprised. He used to be a journalist after all... Back in the bus, all sweating like crazy, we drove to the Spice Farm. It was interesting to see how the different african ...