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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... each other, unfortunately though, Andy has lost one thing but gained someone else's so he now has mismatched thongs and plans to keep it that was for the rest of the trip. We played a few games of volleyball and ventured to another resort 200m down the beach for dinner. Unfortunately though, this brings to a close our stunt in paradise. Sad times. I guess it's also the last chance to make use of the comfy bed so I'm of to sleep ...
... I can't stop staring at her which obviously isn't great and I'm sure people are noticing, but she is so much fun, really lively but down to earth. She is the most attractive girl I've met in years but I don't think she realises just how attractive she is. I don't fall for girls, I haven't in years and had no intention of now, but there is something about this one. She is all I can think of at the moment, bloody pathetic isn't ...
... head as if I were insane. Then for the last 20 minutes of the already hot journey a little girl sat next to me and put one hand on my leg to hold on. Of course I didn't mind, apart from it feeling like her hot hand was burning a hand shape hole through my thigh!
I got there covered in sweat, met Helena and off we went for our interesting tour of Stone Town. So many building built from stone and each door tells a different story about who lives their and what ...
... que ficava sobre os equipamentos precários de rádio e navegação. Por alguns momentos achei que fossemos naufragar, parecíamos um barquinho de papel numa turbulência marítima imensa. Me peguei sem querer rezando e pedindo pra que tudo saísse bem, enquanto James passava mal ao meu lado. Finalmente chegamos ao primeiro ponto. Ahhhh, que mergulho gostosinho, nem parecia que lá em cima estava toda aquela tensão. Água morninha, sem correnteza, boa visibilidade. Finalmente ...
From the Serengeti we had our longest drive yet to Dar Es Salam: 14 hours. It was a 4am start on bumpy roads and as we got closer to the coast it got more and more humid. Sitting in Dar traffic we really felt the true intensity of the African heat. There is no air conditioning on our truck and when we're not moving, everything and everyone sweats. We were saved by the ocean when we finally arrived at our ...