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... adventure and water sports.
Tanzania is the perfect place to dive underwater as it has one of
the healthiest coral reefs in the Indian Ocean, water temperature
averaging at 80ºF and the best visibility of East Africa of 30-40 meters
almost every day!
... I got a video as proof!
The most amazing part, was swimming with dolphins though!
I was ready at 6am, so someone picked me up with a motorcycle. We rode about 40minutes, in which we went through different temperatures. Somewhere along the way, I found it very hard to see, and I started wondering how the driver could see anything in this mist... that was until I took off my sunglasses and realized that it was my sunglasses that fogged up...
... the lion stopped and started staring at us.
The rains were responsible for some hair-raising moments. I was a little nervous when we were the only metal object driving across the plains in the middle of a thunderstorm. I became more nervous after our battery died leaving us stranded while the sun was going down next to fresh hyaena tracks.
But our experience of the rains was not as bad as that of two HGV supply trucks we came across. It ...
... 2 men from Guam.
The Thursday morning we had breakfast with the group at 6.30am, and the veteran overlanders showed us the ropes for washing up, packing up the truck and made us feel very welcome. It struck me at that moment it was going to take a while to pick up the names of the 25 new faces!
Once aboard the truck, we made our way to Zanzibar. Leaving the truck at the harbour, taking the short ferry across to the city as ...
... included a picture below.
Yesterday we hired a car, and braved the Zanzibari traffic...not as bad as Albania, but challenging nonetheless especially in Stonetown. Out of town the main hazards were HUGE speed humps in the villages, chickens, ducks, goats and bullock wagons!
we were stopped by police three times, but no worries...Welcome to Zanzibar!