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 ...
... on fast with your dreams
If you know what we mean
And with the two of you
We’ll be always travelling on.
Movement 7 Jambo
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 ...
We didn't mind a relatively early start today as we were to reach our long awaited beach destination of Zanzibar Island. AND, Patrick said we didn't have to take our tents down, bonus! We said bye to Patrick for four days and caught tuktuks to our first small ferry terminal in Dar es Salaam. There were two to a tuktuk and we had 26 people, so we had a tuktuk convoy. The first ferry went from one part of the city to the other, enabling us to be closer ...
... to Zanzibar we were only in there 10 minutes before we were called to our gate. It wasn't for another 2 hours tho so we wisely ignored this advice and had some drinks instead. 2 hours later when we were running to our plane 5 minutes before take off we decided to listen to things that tell you what to do. This is quite the departure from previous protocol. When we landed in Zanzibar I was expecting to be greeted by a smiling Babar ...
I get to the ferry terminal for Zanzibar a full two hours early for my crossing to Stonetown. I have nothing to occupy my time but to wait with my gloriously full bag of gloriously clean stuff. Being the pragmatic woman I am, the first thing I do is pull out my toiletry bag. I sit in the waiting room while mildly interested onlookers watch me pluck my eyebrows, pin back my hair and apply a face of makeup, each powder and paste making me feel progressively more human. Seeing me with ...