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... almost touch them. I followed them a few minutes, before they disappeared
again. It was amazing! Two wild dolphins swimming around us. We will never
forget this moment.
On Tuesday, we just relaxed at the beach, without having
anything planned. I took a nap at eleven (my boyfriend was so shocked! He told
me “it’s eleven”, I said “So what?”) and another one around two. Yeah I know,
but it was holidays, so I can do whatever I want ...
... this trip)....I walked one side of the beach to a nice hotel, went in to seek lunch, not interested and walked back. I found lunch at my hotel and then continued to the other side until you couldnīt go any farther (the light house and some really fancy hotel)....all gorgeous...on the return we (me and beach boy) tried to enter the lighthouse...but failed...well not truely failed but I got distracted by a turtle sancturary.....not land turtles, a great view and a bar...I ...
... there were lots of fishies about so we saw some marine life before jumping back on the boat. The other guys joined us shortly after as the current was proving too much for them. The plan was to chill for a while before our lunch, that we would have on the boat. In reality within two minutes of sitting in the rocking boat Jack and I (particularly Jack) were feeling rough. We were sat either side of the boat, both looking in the distance focussing our energies on ...
... sewerage was pouring down the very alley where we were going to the restaurant House of Spices. Luckily it was a roof top restaurant and we were oblivious to the smells until of course when we were leaving. In general we never felt nervous or threatened in our walks through the alleys. (Excluding the incident at the market).
There is a hotel here called 'Emerson Spice'. It is a very trendy restaurant to go to. It only seats 15 people and it is in a hotel ...
... Stone Town is famous
for its doors! There are over 500 wooden carved doors, many of which
are the oldest part of the house, they are built before the rest of
the house. They serve as a symbol of the wealth and status of a
household. As you can see from the many pictures we took of doors
they have many different carvings, including scriptures from the
Our first day we walked around and
orientated ourselves making sure ...