Peacock Hotel City Centre
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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... run by one of vicky's friends Francesca from Italy (Vicky seems to know everyone!) and is basically a company where people with physical disabilities can weld metal ornaments, make paper, furniture etc and sell it. It's a great company and most of the materials are donated so it us really brilliant.
We had lunch at this beautiful Thai restaurant called Thai Kani. We thought we weren't going to get any more Thai food until we got home so this was ...
... start tomorrow but looking forward to getting to Zanzibar now. Andrea got hold of me tonight, she has noticed that I can't take my eyes off Jess. Her lawyers eyes were spot on because I really can't. Everything about her interests me, apart from the fact that she is the prettiest girl I've ever seen, she is just so nice and caring, she goes crazy for cats even the scrawny ones, this bodes well for me hopefully if she likes the dodgier looking things in ...
... could not see where you had been, especially if it had been plastered, and was not covering the previous paint! ... So I was back the next day to paint it a creamy colour and make sure the paint was not watered down. ( the rest of the team were off on safari) it looks pretty good now ... Thank you very much to you all (from the group) for making me feel so welcomed and a part of your team, much appreciated, was lovely to meet you all ... Friday ...
... Mbeya so I headed to their office. Of course: fully booked for tomorrow! I then knew it was a good company being already full...of course the New Force guy was working for another company as well. One with the promising name "Happy Nation". He told me it was a new bus leaving at 6 am. Sounded good to me but what was kind of suspicious was that it wasn't even half full...oh well...since I didn't wanna let my pickipicki driver wait for too long I went for it. Didn't have a ...
... the high tide to come in and ship his body to Zanzibar. Our last stop for the day was to the Kaole Ruins about 5 km south of Bagamoyo, the Kaole Ruins with remnants of two mosques and a couple of tombs can be dated back to the 13th century, showing the importance of Islam in those early Bagamoyo times. It was a very full on but very interesting day for sure! This week I taught my first solo English lesson at school which was a bit nerve racking as the teachers disappeared and ...