Blu Marlin Village
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... but fierce defender of nest and family. Curious habit of folding and unfolding pieces of paper and tucking them in its feathers.
Murry – Lesser Australian Bald Eagle
Call: Generally no call when in a group, but when in a pair “What is your name again?”
Habits: Constantly alert, ...
... picked up to travel back to Stone town by our trusty driver ready for our early flight being picked up at 3.30am to fly to Madagascar via Nairobi. On the way we visited the government spice farm which was right up my street as I love to cook. Then we went in to Stone town for the evening to visit the night fish market. It was a real buzz with all the amazing street food. We tried a banana and chocolate pizza which was all cooked in front of us and was delicious. Off to the mysterious ...
... a slob. It's just interesting the priorities we have compared to them. A big part of this trip was seeing all the wildlife too. We were lucky to see as much as we did. And it's amazing how close you can get - loved every minute of it! I don't think we needed any more time then we had, maybe one more game drive in Ngorongoro Crater would have been good but I know not everyone would agree with me on that. Some felt it was overkill on the game drives, but I guess ...
... all, I know that you are all in France so this is a bit pointless but hoping you have had a nice summer without me there, I have had an amazing time in Africa but hugely looking forward to seeing you all next week, again, DO NOT open my results, bring dogs to pick up and keep your **** together until I get back! Love to you all J
Phoebe: Hello fam, hope everything at home is well, we’re all trying to relax now after kili, ive never been in so much pain or ...
... we dedicated ourselves to writing and reading. Gonzalo went jogging for a while.
At about 13.00 we were hungry again so we decided to walk to the village of Paje and try to look for a local place where we could have something simple and cheap. We ended up in the place named “African BBQ”. They offered us rice, beans and spinach for TZS 3,000 and one soda for TZS 600. The food was super boring but what concerns the price it was exactly what we were aiming ...