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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was no problem particularly as it's low season. HOWEVER all booked in but having to pay in full there was a problem..... cash only, and no cash machines in Nungwi. Only in Stone Town where I had just travelled very uncomfortably from! Luckily they're so laid back and they let me pay for the first night and I'd go back to Stone Town the next day for some cash. All sorted it was time to sit by the beach and start to do what I came for and relax! I found a ...
... and ice cold beer to go with that perfect scenario. And my new friends, my 12 fellow travelers in a completely heterogeneous group, that every day is more fun and close, complete the scene.
I'm literally feeling "at home", except for the fact that when we are off the beach and the hotel, the women have to walk with arms and legs covered, because as I said earlier, it is a predominantly Islamic island, so it should not leave showing the body despite the intense ...
... beach resort by noon on March 2 (Day 67), with plenty of daylight left to spend on the beach. We took a taxi to Nungwi, a spectacular beach paradise on the northwest corner of Zanzibar, and were greeted with wetted towels, cookies and tropical drinks at the lobby entrance--a far cry from what we are accustomed to as backpackers (though we have enjoyed wonderful hospitality in most hostels and guesthouses so far). Dennis had found a phenomenal deal on ...
... returned to the room a few hours later, he found me on the toilet (a few pounds lighter) where I would remain for most of the next few days.
We phoned the local doctor on the second day, when my symptoms worsened. The doctor's English was mostly passable and the medical care seemed rudimentary but okay (glass vials of medicine were opened by smashing the tips with a glass bottle over a garbage ...
... we began the summit climb at midnight with the goal to summit near sunrise. We thought we were prepared for the cold but about three quarters of the way up all of our water we were carrying completely froze. The very slow climb from 15,300 feet to 19,340 feet certainly required everything that we had. It was a never ending challenge to just keep taking one very slow step after another.