Beyt Al Salaam
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... flight was lovely and beautiful. At the end of the flight, I chatted with pilot. I asked him if he had to file a new flight plan for every single of the 20 min jaunts back and forth from Dar to Zanzibar. He looked at me and said, "Are you in aviation?" For those that know my history of being mistaken for an interior designer or train enthusiast as a result of my questions, I thought you'd find that funny. We ended up ...
... 8217;ll have to come again Hakuna Matata.
Jambo, Jambo bwana, Hi, hi sir
Habari gani, Mzuri sana. How are you? Well thank you,
Wageni wetu, You are most welcome
Mwakaribishwa, Visitors are welcome
Tanzania Hakuna Matata. Tanzania, No worries
9th October, Zanzibar ...
We all woke up with either a headache or super tired. Said goodbye to Steven - he's traveling around for a bit longer and said goodbye to the Brits - they're driving down to Cape Town (I hope they make it!). Caught a taxi to Stone Town/the airport. My flight was earlier then the rest so I went with melon and spent too long in the Zanzibar airport. The 30+ hour travel begins. This has been a successful trip. From mastering the art of pitching tents, attempting to ...
... one piece. Tonight we had a few drinks but Andy was much more up for partying than I was so I left him to it with the "doctors". I think subconsciously I knew what was happening, Nanna was taking her last breaths as he peacefully passed away with Aunty Julie at her side. After quite a few days in hospital I am glad she is no longer in pain and has gone to join Bampi. Rest in peace Nanna xoxo Off to bed ...
... boat and for the first (and likely last) time in my life, I feel like I'm a Bond villain. I'm already well and truly off the boat before I realise that I only learned to swim last year and my sum total snorkelling experience is about 5 minutes. I quickly get the hang of it and it is well worth my two minutes of flailing. With my head fully submerged, all that surrounds me are sparkling plankton, which seem to fizz as they pass by my ears. Underneath is the reef, filled with turtles ...