Protea Hotel Mbweni Ruins
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... there were speaking loud like they owned the entire plane. One even had an english hat like in the old time. Arf....
Dorice our AirBnB host picked us up at the airport and we arrived at her modest two-story house. Outside, the children are playing. Our first impression of our lodgement for the next two nights, is a large space with a large bed and mosquito net. It's not much but its ok for the price we paid. We put our backpacks down and ...
... exists for the slave trade originally but now heritage listed with a great deal of reconstruction going on. We stopped for a drink in the old fort and then later for a delicious coffee at the Zanzibar Coffee House. A late afternoon break back at the hotel before heading out again for dinner which was very ...
... other vegetables plus women selling soaps & dresses & men selling live chickens! Many Muslim women & men were out shopping for their food, so it was a very busy market, particularly when men on bikes & mopeds were meandering through the market & streets as well. We had to stay alert & I "saved" King Noella's life by pulling him back from being hit by a moped! Haha. Otherwise, we didn't feel particularly welcome here, most just gave ...
... piled high and the aroma and flavour of the spices in the rice made for an enjoyable meal. From lunch we headed for the spice plantations - approx. 20 mins outside of Stone Town. Zanzibar is well known for it’s cultivation of spices and large communities have come together to manage the farms, with some spices sold locally, but many used for export to other parts of Africa and the World.
Our guide, Ali-T navigated us ...
... and other concoctions as well. Everyone survived their meals. We had a whole crew with us so we went to a Mzungu bar where there was live music which was ...interesting. Then went to another tapas bar where a man in a robe followed us yelling about soccer. Melon is currently sitting up in bed talking to herself (she fell asleep an hour ago). Wish me luck as I go to sleep and we are heading to Nungwi beach ...