- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we organized a private tour of Stone Town, the capital of Zanzibar. This is a series of islands, with our resort and Stone Town being on Unguja Island. This island is the approximately the size of Prince Edward County but instead of a population of 25,000 like we have, theirs is 350,000. 1.5 million in all of Zanzibar. This island has a distinctly different look and feel than Kenya as it is a mixture of cultures, Swahili, East ...
Today was just had a lazy day on the beach. The tide was out this morning so we would walk far out to see what was going on out there. Women called Mamas harvest seaweed at low tide, then it is dried for 2 weeks and sold to China for $4 a kilo. As the tide started to rise, we could sit in the pools of water as they filled. The office manager, Esther, made reservations for us at the a la carte seafood restaurant, which we had decided earlier we didn't want to do as it was ...
... in my bag unused. Starving and 30min to go before dinner. I'm assuming an Italian menu, as this is what all the beach bars have...pizza, pizza, and uhm pizza. Maybe they'll have pasta too at the hotel? I'll be leaving straight after breakfast at 7.30am tomorrow morning to head to stone town to get lost in the bazaars. Aiming for a very early night ...
... crabs. Barbs, Robyn's mum very kindly asked us to stay with them the following night which we did. During the day we visited Angus' Uni and met his housemates in the evening Nick got well and truly sozzled and sparked out. Not much sympathy from me I am afraid! What lovely hospitable people they were. Moving on again to Plettenberg Bay this time only a 3hr drive staying in a little B&B just outside the town called Tarn Country Manor. It has the most beautiful gardens. ...
... off their little faces as they were all so enthusiastic and extremely talented. Day two the weather changed for the better and nick and I took off for the day walking in the Drakensburg mountains to Giants Castle. To say I was in my element would be an understatement as we had the whole mountain to ourselves and the sun shone all day. The walk was 5 hrs and 16km long. I even managed a swim in a waterfall at the end - perfect. Bev had a relaxing day back at the B&B. oh forgot ...