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... a place, incredible.
On our walk we found vanilla, ginger, black pepper, chilli, and their personal favourite as it's their own - the cloves. So many more to list I couldn't even write them quick enough. One I found fascinating was a small twig that when cut, smelt exactly like Vix Vapour rub. Took me right back to being a kid with a cold!
The palm trees were the tallest I've ever seen and we were told that the coconuts were picked by hand and one of the ...
... from the boat.
Since the dives were just offshore, the whole dive excursion only took four hours door to door. We returned with the whole afternoon remaining to spend relaxing on the beach, in the ocean and at the pool again. I couldn't get over how delightfully indulgent it felt. We got sunset cocktails again, and then we of course returned to the local beachfront restaurant with delicious seafood and two frisky kittens for dinner. One of ...
... and I wore his jeans, trainers and baseball cap! There were some very fetching men in dresses that night I can tell you! Today has been a wifi sort out day as our Absolute Africa trip officially finishes tomorrow *boo hoo*. We've managed to book somewhere else to stay till Saturday, then a flight from Zanzibar to Johannesburg. Last night with the guys and gals tonight. I've really enjoyed this bit of the trip; they're a fab ...
... Simon also gave us a very exhaustive explanation about all the spices. The plantation we went to was founded 7 years ago and it is property of a village. All the villagers work on the farm to manufacturing spices, soaps, perfumes and lotions. Here is what we saw: - Bread loaf tree: a tree that makes bread fruit (locally call Shelley). I tasted it and it is kinda like a potato but is very plain. - Turmeric: it is a roof that can be used to make soups. ...
... ahead and my every pocket, sleeve, and sock is stuffed with gin sachets. I find the continuous pour into the fanta bottle is the most efficient way to get the best gin-to-mixer ratio. The music turns off at about 3am slightly disappointingly, and most of the less hard-core guests disappear soon after. All in all it's a good vibe, maybe not worth the flight over from Zambia as a couple we meet tell us they did (rather ...