Princess Salme Inn
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Morning spent walking on the beach in Matemwe. Taxi collected us and after some negotiation the driver, Yahir, agreed to take us to The Rock restaurant near Paje on the east coast, which another traveller had recommended to us. After what seemed like hours and a very bumpy drive along a road that hadn't yet been finished, we arrived and took the …
... gave me some comfort. I soon found a tea house where I could rest in comfort any enjoy some spiced iced tea and update this email. Soon the lure of home was once more cast and a brief conversation with Shannon was had. This did however partially remove the hazy trance like state of my early wanderings. I know I should work out my next plan but after so long on the road I am tempted to enjoy the tranquility of the place before rushing off somewhere new. Maybe African ...
... morning price"
"I give you special evening price"
and then the guilt playing on your pity:
"Please buy from me/support me. I haven't sold anything all day/week"
"Please buy from me. I need the money to go to hospital"
We spent 9 days on Zanzibar, slightly longer than we'd planned (though we could have stayed longer) and we returned to Dar es Salaam for a night before heading north west up into the hills again.
... us to the ATM, then quickly handed us off to another guide whose name I couldn't pronounce. He was great, however, and within 10 minutes he had a buddy join us with an official-looking badge that indicated his status as a registered and licensed city guide. Stone Town is one of the most unique cities I've ever been to, but it was not quite what I was expecting. I think TripAdvisor nailed it pretty well in the following commentary: