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... on the river at sunset
Drank lots of booze and saw an island elephant
Hippos all around
Those warthogs keep coming to the lodge
They keep coming.
Movement 4. Tune – The Lion Sleeps Tonight
In the vehicles, the bumpy vehicles, The Aussies cover ground
We’re in Tarangire, ...
... 45 mins to spare however, the truck left and then our guide found out that he left his passport in the truck. Bravo Godfree. So he called the driver and jumped on a moto taxi to catch up. He just managed to get back in time as the next ferry took several hours and the one after that was an over night! Well as Zanzibar has a large Muslim culture, there was no drinking on the ferry, well we weren't supposed to. But ...
... it was too much hassle to try to coordinate diving on the other side of the island. This week is all about relaxing.
Tomorrow we are catching a flight out of Tanzania and I have to say I'm going to miss this place. The people are amazing and the adventures have been many. It's true it has broken the bank, but it was a hell of a first African experience for both of us and we can't wait to see what else this continent has to offer.
... Town, old Zanzibar Town, with George, guided by Hamad. Stone Town has a history as the hub of a thriving city state for much of the past 1000 years. The town is in a gracious state of decay, similar, though not as large or impressive as the dying city of Venice. Hamad did a fine job of introducing the highlights, including a sobering visit to the Slave Market, where somewhere around 2 million slaves were sold out of East Africa, mostly destined for ...
... lady with a heart as big as Phar Laps.
Back in the early 90's her and her husband BJ packed up the family and a truck and headed north from their homeland of South Africa. For the first time in their lives they were allowed to see and freely travel the continent in which they were born and raised due to the
fall of Apartheid and the subsequent lifting of the travel restrictions placed on the citizens who lived under it. They eventually settled upon a dusty ...