The Swahili House
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... we were on with were awesome, and the things we've experienced are some of the best things we've ever done. Safe to say we'd already pencilled in the next tour with G. Plus Alice eventually worked our a $250 credit for our next tour because of the flight fiasco, she really knows how to get decent compensation.
Day 24- Tour End
Back to stone town, we did a bit of shopping, had our last lunch and said a sad goodbye to everyone and our nearest and dearest ...
... There are no utensils and it's dark so I just gnawed the mess out of the barbecue which is a bunch of pieces of animal hacked up, bones and all. Not how we are used to having barbecue---but when you're hungry, you're hungry and you just rip the meat and gristle off the bone with your teeth. After the soccer game was over, we went to a bar with music. At midnight marks Tanzania's revolution day so there were fireworks ...
... s the lunchbox the eggy luch box
An ostrich has a thrill
In the lodges the tourist lodges
The Aussies feed again
Will the plugs work? Is there wifi?
What’s Wen lost today?
Weeeee’re on the road again
Zzzzzz is that Jan our friend?
A simba there, a wilde here, ...
... some Monopoly Deal, and I regained my crown with 6 wins in a row and then headed to the other cafe for some grub. We had well and truly seen all there is to see in Moshi, though wandering the streets was quite interesting. We then headed to the airport and decided that having a beer was more important than lining up for security, plus we could see the line and it was super long. Eventually we thought they haven't called our plane n that ...
... to a couple of women I'm travelling with. The feminist in me would like to say we talked about politics and high finance, but no- we talked about nail-polish and boys. When someone asks if I've ever been married I say yes- that technically I still am- and give the briefest rundown of what happened. The woman who saw me with my bags a few days earlier suggest that I keep an open mind for Thailand. "After all, if today proves anything it's that you never know when the next yacht party is ...