Sazani Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I’d like a full packet- I’m sure Tim would find it hilarious to hand me an empty packet) and a big bar of dairy milk on my return. Secondly and perhaps more importantly, how’s Nan doing? Love you and miss you x ps don’t you dare find out my results before me!
Alice: Hey stubbings clan. First of all Mark, never comment 'yay’ on the blog again. Secondly bet your toe isn’t broken you absolute pussy. Kili was an experience, summit day ...
... Helena and Tom and Helena was keen to do a Spice Tour with me the next day and as I had to go in for cash it was ideal. I'd stay with them at Tom's place and off we'd go.
The Spice Tour....
Zanzibar is known as the Spice Island but I wasn't expecting to see so many plantations. I was just expecting market stalls full of spices so it was a nice surprise to see the spices growing. It was just the two of us and our guide was great in taking us around each plant ...
... my handkerchief again when I was off the beach and the hotel. I feel charming and comfortable with it.
And how could not miss went to my first dive. Anxious because I had heard a lot of dives here and there webs rays. I was just me and James, my English friend and had somewhat bad experience on the boat. He was hangover (we all went to take a bar last several seafront after dinner), and the boat was just the most terrible of all my dives. It was literally a ...
Two months down now, and still five to go. We're definitely getting used to living on the road now, though there have been a lot of annoying things that we’ve had to deal with this last month. Trying to apply for an international driver’s license, getting new credit cards shipped to us on the road because Chase cancelled our old ones because of the Target breach, and trying to deal with loan repayment paperwork have all been major hassles. Errands ...
... with. Nungwi Village was charming, but alarmingly poor in the shadow of so many grand beachfront hotels. The wealth from tourism does not appear to trickle down to village residents, many of whom are probably fishermen. It was a little hard to see the conditions of the village shacks.
We found the dive shop, run by a retired Austrian couple, and confirmed our dives for the next day. We then spent the rest of the afternoon on the beach, at ...