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... the famous "Butterfly Man" who sings and dances as he does it. We were introduced to this man (mad hatter sprung to mind) and up he went so quickly with just a small rope looped around his feet to help him climb. His arms and legs looked worn and the scrape marks looked like they were permanent scars on his skin. I did feel a little sorry for him because although he did seem to enjoy climbing and put a lot into the song and dance, it did feel like he was being paid to ...
... praying and begging that everything went well, while James felt sick to my side. Finally we come to the first point. Ahhhh, that delicious diving, or it looked like up there was all that tension. Warm water without current, good visibility. Finally after all dives I've done, I saw a turtle, almost my size, awesome. And the second dive another, all graceful, lying on corals. I was elated. I saw many morays, little balls rays, sea scorpion, lobsters and many, many ...
... 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 ...
... After being fitted up for flippers we set off round the coast and anchored off and island to the north west of Zanzibar. As soon as we got into the water the fish were there. We swam at the edge of the coral and there were just SOOO many fish of all sizes and colours. Angel fish, clown fish, purple fish with flapping fins, long thin fish, spotted fat fish . . . It was amazing. Out the water for barbecued fish for ...
... in Nungwi, in the north part of Zanzibar, so we were able to enjoy the sunset at the beach with the locals playing soccer around us. Every medal has two sides, as there was this very persistent guy from Dubai, desperately looking for new friends. His strategy was to order beer for everyone and tell stories like the one when he crashed his Masarati. Well, let's just say he's still looking for new friends... Anna and Deano, we miss you already. Love Stefanie, Corinne and ...