Zanzibar Coffee House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
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... Muslim population, this meant huge crowds – family groups sitting on rugs, children everywhere, wonderfully colourful costumes, and rip off merchants ready to reap! Most of us dined on "pizza" which was a strange combination of a pizza and omelette, but it was declared "delicious".
On the way back to the hotel ...
... guy took me back to immediately find a dalladalla going to Paje. After a quick discussion about the price I hopped on. An hour later I was dropped off at the beach to paradise! The water was beautifully turquoise and the sand as white as it can be! Absolutely awesome. I had a room in a private guesthouse with a huge clean and nice shared bathroom. It really felt like home! And it was only a 5 min walk at the beach to the kite center! Food and ...
... are taking care of the house and food; age 16 and 20. The one who is 20 is already married and lives with her husband in our garden in some kind of building.. Something between shed and not finished built motel. Also security in the garden, just not sure how much he helps as he is sleeping all the time and never hears if someone is outside the gates. And gates here is another thing. When you come back home you have to knock at those gates till someone ...
... crops to the government at a fair and equal price and the government sorts out the exportation. It was really interesting. Freddie Mercury was born on Zanzibar and there are several museums and bars dedicated to him, and we spent the evening in one of them, on the beach where we watched a beautiful sunset. The next morning Kate and I wandered around the old cobbled streets ...
... and smoothies and plan to stay for the rest of our last day before the inevitable flight home tomorrow.
It has been a fantastic first voyage into Africa and it feels like just the tip of the iceberg now we’ve heard so much more about places to go and things to see here that I can’t imagine it will be long before we make it back again.
Until then Asante Africa, Hakkuna Mattata.
Amy and Sea-urchin-pummeller Steve