Zanzibar Coffee House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
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... little rickety sailing boat turned up to collect 15 of us. I loved the whole experience and what should have taken 40 minutes - Zanzibar time might I add, took 2 1/2 hrs of very choppy sailing but extremely good fun. At one point we had a massive orange tarpaulin over us to shield us from the elements. When we finally arrived the weather cleared and we snorkelled for about 1 hr saw lots of really cool fish. We then stopped off at an island on the way back for a BBQ. When we got back ...
... McDonalds waiting for me upon my arrival. Thank you, see you soon!
Tom HT: Dearest fam: Kili has been climbed! It took six days of pacing ourselves and one horrific 10 hour climb during the night, but so glad to have done it. Currently relaxing at a wonderful haven at Chwaka Bay on Zanziibar, making no exertion whatsoever save walking to and from the restaurant (jealous?)
Looking forward to being dragged away back home and straight onto the 18 by the lads! P.S ...
... like sitting outside, drinking coffee, talking and playing board games. People
- In Zanzibar people are very friendly, much more than on the mainland.
- They offer you their services or products but without bothering you or insisting too much.
- Zanzibari people are aware of the fact that tourists are the main source of their income so they try to take care of them well.
- They are quite fair compared to people on the mainland. At least they donīt want to rip you off completely. ...
... and a much newer building. Besides for the witchcraft display, with some great photographs of the doctors, some engaged in their trade, there was also an unattended display of traditional musical instruments begging to be played, so naturally we obliged them. The rest of the old hall seemed rather slapped together, but with great potential. Sad to see so many photographs of significant fossil finds in Tanzania now residing in museums elsewhere in the world. A highlight is ...
... African friend and asked for my email address. Then some of the others decided to go in the sea, and 3 of them came out with sea urchins in their feet, Kash definitely being the worst off and deciding 4 very strong drinks was the way to get over it. The locals rubbed kerosene and papaya juice on them whilst a very drunk Dom tried and failed to pull them out, Kash nearly passed out and we ended up putting him to bed about 11, before staying up til about 2 talking and dancing with the ...