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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in the farm to try 3 different teas which were made from the plants grown in the area. We tried lemongrass with vanilla essence, ginger and masala tea which was a mixed spice one! The lemongrass was delish! We then had some fresh fruit. We enjoyed grapefruit, lycée, mango and little bananas! Then we had our last local family lunch which was very nice but ...
... tonight is an Indian theme so I am happy about that. There has been the most lovely wind off the water every day so even if the temp is 30C, it feels very comfortable in the shade and in the evening. We are happy to have AC in this resort, the first we have had other than in Nairobi. But luckily,all the evenings and nights were very cool in ...
... since our buffet dinner is free, or at least pre-paid. But she arranged for it to be complimentary for the 5 of us so we only paid for the wine. Beet and avocado salad, fabulous ginger carrot soup, lobster, calamari, red snapper and a huge jumbo shrimp, all grilled. We were stuffed. She also wanted to treat us to their other a la carte called Starlight, which is in a kind of pit, under the stars and they grill the items you choose in front of you, but we cancelled that. Too much ...
... I have ever taken off and then hit the runway again. Remind me never, ever to sit behind or next to the pilot again on a small, single engine plane. All I could hear echoing in my head was the previous pilot I chatted with telling me he hated these flights because they are always overloaded....I do not want to be in a plane crash. There is just too much time to be afraid. I breathed deeply and closed my eyes after memorizing the door ...
Just a short coach journey and we were back in stone town. This is the place to cover shoulders and knees and follow all rules if you don't wanna be acid attacked :) I can safely say I survived Stone Town! Yay! So the spice tour was quite interesting despite walking around in the rain and getting attacked by Mosquitos and the biggest ants ever! Just some of the things we tasted and smelt were, cinnamon ...