The Manor At Ngorongoro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... was afterwards turned into a prison for people from Zanzibar but was never actually functional. Now it's home to a bunch of turtles.. by the way, apparently turtles love massages, as you rub their necks they get all happy and start coming out of their shell, pretty cool. Unfortunately the dolphins are too fast to touch but just swimming around a pack of them is pretty amazing. Of course I had to get stung by a bunch of jelly fish in the process. I must of jumped into a group of ...
... the man himself. It was great fun! This was only topped by getting up and dancing afterwards, to some of the most current pop and dance music, with a group of traditionally dressed Maasi boys. To me, a real contradiction in ideas. All in all, a really good and relaxed few days in Zanzibar, and I am keen to go back. Although maybe next time I will try and get to the less tourist oriented Pemba or Mafia ...
... a significant milestone marking the end of the upward slog and arrival of the rim of Kibo’s crater. I hoped it didn’t choose now to awaken from its dormant state! I noticed two porters suddenly rush downhill past me, their client cradled between them, unconscious. I had always struggled to understand how people at high altitude don't rush to the aid of others, yet there I was, trapped in a form of autopilot that numbed shock or reaction, as if ...
... and they were walking down the beach with a motor over their shoulder as we paddled to shore. After that quick fix, we were on our way to the small islands off of Zanzibar. We pulled up to a sandbar, where Ahmed set up a tent and cut us fresh pineapple and coconut to snack on while Christy and I snorkeled around the reef. It was absolutely beautiful, full of blue, red, purple, orange, yellow and green coral, tons of tropical fish including zAbra fish, a massive ...