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... 8 to 10 foot swells, several of the people on board became seasick, the children were screaming, and the apparent lack of life jackets was alarming, as was the sight of two of the crew bailing out the boat. Finally, having had enough, and after the couple with the children asked the captain to return to shore with no response, I told the captain to turn around and head back. According to one of the other passengers on board (a ...
Wow. A totally different experience. We met up with Jo and Tracey. Very Arabic influence in Stonetown as it was capital of Oman for many years. It is famous for its ornate doors and winding alleys of stone (coral) buildings. It was the Centre of slave trading until it was abolished in 1873 and the Church of Christ cathedral now sits on slave market site. Livingstone ...
6am game drive into the Crater Lost tyre 2 black rhino Lioness with 3 cubs Price of lions with cubs Large pod of hippos in and out of water Flamingos and Jackals 3 adult male lions sleeping Large lake with hippos Elephant feeding Crazy drive out of the crater Family of baboons Lunch in cultural centre Drive back to Arusha Party bus to Marengu Late ...
Time for some time out from volunteering and one place I had my eye on visiting was Zanzibar, the Spice Island of Tanzania.
I was tight on time in-between the volunteer work so I opted for the short flight option to stay there for 4 days in the recommended Nungwi beach. Stepping off the plane I already felt like I had landed in a completely different country and climate. It was hot and humid and I couldn't wait to hit the beach for some R&R.
... left the marks of a strong domination as the slave market and also a few churches, Anglican and Roman. A local fish market, meat and spices draws attention early in the ride, the smell, the way to store (better, not store) meats and fish, everything gets piled by counters and floors, very dirty and a part of market is destined for sale "pieces" because much of the population is very poor and do not buy fish or cuts of whole meat and yes, pieces. Until head of cattle are ...