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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was a perfect picture of decorum however, and didn't fall over getting off the boat several times at all. She is also watching me type this. We then played pool well into the night, drawing the score on the newly baized table, along with some willies and other really mature doodles. We have basically turned this peaceful paradise into Benidorm. I expect the hotel staff will have a massive ...
... Muslim and he made us laugh a lot. He'd even been banned from some buildings in town because of his work trying to communicate about sexual health from the mosque! He taught us about the kangas which are the wraps that the women wear. They all have different meaning and are used to communicate messages to each other.
Time was up for me in Zanzibar after a nice tapas lunch. I got to the airport in one piece despite along the way being in a near accident and ...
... mar após o jantar), e o barco foi simplesmente o mais terrível de todos os meus mergulhos. Era literalmente um barco de pescador, minúsculo, caindo aos pedaços de madeira, sem vestígio algum de salva vidas ou algo do tipo. Estávamos eu e o James, mais um alemão que conhecemos no barco, o instrutor e dois "ajudantes/marinheiros". Estava uma chuva intensa, fria, dia nublado e o mar super agitado. Não tinha onde se esconder do frio e da chuva no barco a não ser por uma ...
... at this point it’s surprising if we aren’t up by 8, as most of our activities have been starting really early. But we weren’t really in a place with a big bar scene all month, either, and we’re usually exhausted. So we’ve been getting to bed very early.
It also helps that the weather has been amazing. We went the entire month of February without seeing a drop of rain! So that helps keep our spirits up. Especially when ...
... Apparently they cross language barriers quite well. We eventually got the sail set and the captain swapped places with me so I could stand on the aft rail and appreciated the view and some fresh air. I think it was more so he could enjoy a conversation with his wife, but I appreciated the gesture none the less. It was a five and a half hour journey across to Mykembe and I spent the majority of it just watching the people interact. Of course there was a spectacular ...