Zanzibar Coffee House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
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Wreszcie dojechaliśmy na miejsce.
Byliśmy w hotelu ok. 6 rano. Jeszcze wszyscy spali.
Musieliśmy dojść do hotelu ciemnymi, brudnymi i wąskimi uliczkami.
Sceneria była mocno nieprzyjemna....
W oczekiwaniu na pokój wyszliśmy na miasto. Temperatura ok. 30 st.C, ale pochmurnie.
... and instead there are hundreds of tortoises there and Andy's eyes lit up like he had been given a giant block of chocolate at Christmas. So off we went on a boat ride to the Leland and there were just so many, so old, so big. Crazy days! You could pat then just like Alfie, scratch their necks and they clearly lived it. After a wander around and making a few tortoises lives just a little better, or so we thought, we headed back to Zanzibar and then drove out to ...
... off to the airport again. We didn't see the safari car either!! Alfred then receives a call from the girls....they've found it!! It was at the reception desk. He'd paid for dinner last night and left it sitting there. We were now 20 minutes into an hour long trip and Alfred wanted to turn back! Adams wanted to drive it to Dar Es Salaam the next day! Phone calls were hastily made with Samwel in the back shouting into his phone. He had got a friend with a taxi to pick ...
... of swimming, which is good for stretching after all the time spent in the bus. Later we take a walk south along the beach at high tide, having to duck under coral rock overhangs to keep to shallow water. The water is a fabulous aqua blue – just like the enticing pictures you see in travel brochures. We are surprised how many flash resorts there are this way. We get approached on the beach for tours, snorkelling, T-shirts, and visits to the Masai Market. We would ...
Awake. Alive. Phew. Still short of breath. Minimal sleep, early alarm call and another long day of travelling to come. The lights keep going out at breakfast. Either a power cut or someone leaning on the light switch.
Shuttle to airport and Ugandan businessman mentions to driver he needs the old domestic terminal. He explains that all flights to East Africa depart from the old terminal. Not the shiny new-ish terminal a few hundred metres away. It's only because ...