Travel Blogs from Michamvi
... McDonalds waiting for me upon my arrival. Thank you, see you soon!
Tom HT: Dearest fam: Kili has been climbed! It took six days of pacing ourselves and one horrific 10 hour climb during the night, but so glad to have done it. Currently relaxing at a wonderful haven at Chwaka Bay on Zanziibar, making no exertion whatsoever save walking to and from the restaurant (jealous?)
Looking forward to being dragged away back home and straight onto the 18 by the lads! P.S ...
... kinda expensive on Zanzibar but I went out for some street food last night which was delicious and a lot cheaper (but probably still a mzungu rip off)! I wasn't too lucky with wind conditions these days. Took a day off waiting for wind and explored the east coast on a Vespa. Of course I got stopped by the police telling me I was not allowed to ride and needed to go to court. And of course they offered to "sort it out"...after telling them I am a student ...
... there comes a time where you have to weigh the risks vs rewards, and sometimes you have to step outside your comfort zone and break a few rules too witness the magic. It is these risks that make the best stories, and stand out as highlights when reflecting on your trip. The world is not a scary place so do yourself a favour and pack your bags, because the world is ours and an adventure is waiting. Love always, ...
... reminded me of Christmas at home :( Lemon grass, mint, ginger, tumerick, aloe Vera are just many I can remember there were hundreds. The freshest of fruits that we tasted were; passion fruits, coconuts, yellow and red bananas, water melon, green and orange oranges, pineapple and cucumber which were all divine, then followed the ***** :( there were also trees and flowers used for medicines and ...
... We got back home in the late afternoon and called upon our rafiki from last night to drive us into stone town to go to the markets. We ventured through the streets buying way more things than we wanted to (but mainly for ourselves...actually, all for ourselves. Don't be expecting presents). We know how to drive a good bargain now, and chucking in 'rafiki' and some eyelash batting never hurts! As well as some promises of return and mzungu wives...we're breaking hearts ...
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed