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... about 12 tables right on the rock. We could walk to it but when the tide came in, only would be accessible the 75 m by boat. Not much else around this area at all, but it is pretty & lush. More time in the pool, especially Noel, as he liked swimming laps, another nice dinner & Chris & I partied hard (ya right) at a bonfire on the beach with Anne & her family where we actually managed to stay up until 10:45 pm, our latest ...
... shade dweller and fruit eater. Curious relationship with wordsmiths.
Geoff – Silver-crowned Honeyeater
Call: “Yes, yes, good, very good, good, yes, yes”
Habits: Usually found with partner within a larger group. Daily intake of sweet substances. Well cared for by partner and also known ...
Finally here !!! Finally in Zanzibar, yeeeeaaah! Flight from Dubai was shaky - seriously ! But probably people who are not that concerned about flights didn't even notice:). Also there was a great steward( how to spell this word?! :D) who came time to time to ask how things are going on the flight ! He became the best friend of Darata who was bringing wines for her :D So Honestly I fell asleep and maybe first time in my life while on the flight and this was ...
... expedition truck. Both trucks stop, and we walk back to get a long distance shot of the hornbills while both trucks perform an exchange of hotel keys that passengers have not returned to reception. Get a shot of a passing motorbike with a live pig tied to the back of it.
Stop for lunch about 60kms from Dar es Salaam about 12.15pm. The only place we can find to stop ends up being on army ground.
On the outskirts of Dar es Salaam the traffic ...
... looking out over the white sand and turquoise water was delicious. Eventually, however, we got restless, and the crew proposed we depart for the next stop – snorkel time. Turns out it was intended to be a cross-country snorkel. We were to enter the water from the dhow, then follow the currents toward the shore of the next island, with the dhow following behind.
The plan was good but the snorkel gear was not and the swell was high. ...