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Today marked the first day of our overland…..it all started with a three day trip to Zanzibar (no complaints from our side!)
We packed up our bags and headed to meet the rest of our group over a 6am breakfast. We managed to take in as many names and faces we could among the sleepy faces and low light.
As the sun rose, we climbed into the truck and drove 10 minutes down the road to the Kigamboni Ferry Terminal for our ...
... Hakuna Matata.
Napia Serengeti Hakuna Matata.
It started in La Pa-az Hakuna Matata.
We’ve had a bloody great time Hakuna Matata,
Baboons will eat our picnic Hakuna Matata.
The people are the best thing Hakuna Matata.
I love the Serengeti Hakuna Matata.
I saw ...
... 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 ...
... it was an amazing feeling and there were many tears! The place we are staying is fabulous, might just stay out here for a few more weeks! Love you xoxo
Thea: Hey Parson fam, hoping England has rubbish weather whilst were relaxing in paradise. Feeling relieved kili is over but it was such an amazing experience despite the pain up to the summit- worth it for the t-shirt though. Not long till we’re back now, can’t wait to see you all and to eat some ...
... Gabi to the port and said them good bye. Then we had lunch in a local restaurant (Zanzibari rice and peas).
We intended to visit two more sights – House of Wonders and Sultanīs Palace. Both of them are museums but we didnīt enter any of them. The House of Wonders is a national museum but it was closed.
Later in the afternoon we picked up our bags and walked to a stand from where dalla-dallas in direction to Paje depart. While in Kenya they use matatus, ...