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... relics of the 19th century slave trade exist including the small dungeons where up to 50 slaves were chained for 3 days until the time of auction, existing without any food or water. There is a memorial in this place now which depicts the importance of the slave trade to Zanzibar until it was abolished in 1897.
The heart of Stone Town is Darajani Market, a chaotic maze of narrow and intertwining alleys, too narrow to ...
... checked then she pulled out a book & read for most of the flight. Finally we landed in Zanzibar, the Aqua blue waters glistening from afar. My palms were wet with sweat, but we had made it.
Stonetown, Zanzibar , close to perfection for me. Ancient moorish architecture, hot, hundreds of narrow, winding alleyways, antique carved doorways, inches think. Curio shops filled to overflowing with treasures from ...
... unsafe, and boring.
We saw a ton, the City impressed me actually...they have many higher buildings and are putting in a metro bus system like Lima/Quito/Bogota and have amazing areas to run or bike...Impressed to say the least! We even went out on the town later...ha ha though the first few bars/clubs were closed (weird since they were the most popular) the third one was the charm...plus some locals took us...new friends ;).
Well that was my first few days ...
... were there for a good five minutes and still nothing, honestly you don't know torment until you find yourself in this situation. I got back on the boat, almost in tears and five minutes later insisted they stopped and tried again, it was the same outcome. As well as this horror I was also feeling pretty sea sick and wasn't too far off being sick. I was thinking for a good while, what would have to happen for me to be able to raise a smile, I concluded that Otis ...
... to protect them. We
were able to walk among them, touch and witness some intimate
behaviour, lol. We did not know they were on Zanzibar and it was a
really unique experience. We then visited the former prison which was
actually never used as a prison. This was due to an epidemic outbreak
in Africa and the island was changed to be a quarantine centre. Now
it is a very expensive hotel which actually looks quite run down.
After, the boat driver tried ...