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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 ...
... see our resort a few hundred meters away on our second dive. We saw a lot of diverse coral, huge schools of fish, four octopi (we saw one of them change colors!), three eels, a stingray, a sea turtle, crocodile fish, nudibranch, long trumpetfish, manta shrimp, lion fish, pufferfish, leaf fish, pipefish and a sea horse. Dennis saw a big fish eat a little fish. Such incredible dives. Plus, the weather was perfectly clear and we could actually see ...
... on the boat, then back in the water for more. I could've stayed watching the fish, sea slugs, sea anemones etc for ever! The journey back was wild and choppy, and we kept getting soaked as the waves came overboard - but all part of the fun! Has to be one of the highlights of the trip so far. And for $25, a bargain day out too! In the evening the Absolute Africa crowd did a 'gender swap' party! So Dean went out in my bikini ...
... kept in very cramped boats with no space, no water and no food. If the British found these boats they would take all the slaves and bring them to the island Mahé on the Seychelles to "free" them. The slaves had to work for six years with no salary before gaining real freedom and being able to earn money. Thanks to some help from Dr. Livingstone, slavery was abolished in 1873. After the slave market, we went to the spice farm where we had a great ...
... It is quite the experience though and I am excited to literally be sleeping on the beach with the basics. After dropping off my things, I walked back to Sunset and pulled up a spot by Sandy and Karlee to sun. I floated in the saltwater every now and then to cool off. I also spent some time reading and sleeping, hard life I tell you. I found a place to sleep in Nairobi right by the airport and otherwise ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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