Protea Hotel Mbweni Ruins
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- Continental Breakfast
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... There are no utensils and it's dark so I just gnawed the mess out of the barbecue which is a bunch of pieces of animal hacked up, bones and all. Not how we are used to having barbecue---but when you're hungry, you're hungry and you just rip the meat and gristle off the bone with your teeth. After the soccer game was over, we went to a bar with music. At midnight marks Tanzania's revolution day so there were fireworks ...
... 8217;ll have to come again Hakuna Matata.
Jambo, Jambo bwana, Hi, hi sir
Habari gani, Mzuri sana. How are you? Well thank you,
Wageni wetu, You are most welcome
Mwakaribishwa, Visitors are welcome
Tanzania Hakuna Matata. Tanzania, No worries
9th October, Zanzibar ...
... so I was happy with anything. After lunch (which was supplied!?) we caught a mini van to join a spice tour. I didn't have high expectations after the one we had been to in India, but I was pleasantly surprised! The guide took us around the local communities fruit and spice plantations and explained which each thing was. We were even given samples of each spice which we placed in banana leaf cones they made for us. Later in the tour we watched as ...
... up being really really cool! We saw cinnamon, coffee, lemongrass, and a ton of other spices I can't remember. The guide had us smell the plant and then guess the spice. Jordan, a trained chef, knew them all! My favorite plant we saw was called lipstick. It was a spiky and produced a reddish-orange pigment. At the end of the tour, we got to try some of the best fruits I've ever had: pineapple, mango, coconut, lichi, watermelon, banana, and this fruit that was almost ...
... and hilarious. That morning, I swim in the ocean- so warm and flat that it's like bath water - and then cover myself in coconut oil and let the sun sink into every inch of my exposed skin, warming me to my bones. Following on from an $8 massage, I feel like if I were more relaxed I would lose the ability to remain vertical. In the afternoon, a British expat offers to take us out on his catamaran to snorkel the reef off one of the nearby islands. It's a large and very ...