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... just felt wrong to be peeing right beside someone else, literally my arm was brushing someone else's. giving up i climbed aboard and got ready to start snorkelling. It was beautiful the fish were really bright and colourful and it was generally a fantastic dive other than me not quite working out how long my snorkel was and on more than one occasion attempting to drown myself by inhaling half ...
... of most of his jokes. At first I played along and then as I felt he had gone to far gave him the type of steely eyes that tend to silence most people. I could see him squirm under the eyes and his last joke seemed to be without the sting of the previous ones and then he left me completely alone. Later when disembarking he seemed to say his apology in his own way and we left on good terms. It did however make me realise why Shannon complains when I give her one of 'my ...
... with the whole lack of planning permission and general awareness of how to build tastefully. But eventually we make it over to a very fancy looking resort and position our weary/dirty behinds on the fancy looking sunloungers. Only to be escorted off the premises mere moments later by security guards who seemed to be able to instinctively tell that we weren't quite the sort of tourist they catered to. While it may have been a teensy bit humiliating walking ...
Today most of the group left after breakfast. I switched from the comforts of Sunset bungalows to a beach Banda just down the beach. The room is clean and has hot water and breakfast included in the 25 dollars a night price. However, the walls are made of intertwined dried and cured banana leaves and sugar cane. I have heard a rustle or two. Hopefully those lizards stay in the walls and don't get curious while I ...
... with the Indian / Island Asia influenced pieces and the pool bar offers relaxing views out to your own private sea. Impressive yes, however falls just short of what we experienced at the Hideaway this morning. Yet Breezes is still perfect for those who want a simple, yet classy Zanzibarian experience. Our drive to the next location takes us through many small, remote feeling villages / towns. With a large Muslim community here on Zanzibar, it was a privilege to witness ...