Samaki Lodge & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
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... the little alleys are the same (even though after a few hours you get the hang of it, because it is really very little!!) and decide to take a guide for the next afternoon because there are quite some interesting things to see. SO the first evening we have dinner as mentioned, on the roof top, ending with brandy, Amarula and cigars...getting down the steep stairs back to our rooms is a little challenging..!!
Next morning is spent shopping, yay!! It ...
... Kitogani -> Jozani -> Bungi -> Chwaka -> Pongwe -> -> Pwani Mchangani -> Matemwe -> Kgomani -> Nungwi -> Mkokotoni -> Mahonda -> Ndagaa -> Dunga -> Tunguu -> Bungi -> Jozani -> Kitogani -> Paje
We departed at 8.30 and arrived in our hostel at about 20.00. We drove a lot, basically the whole day. It was very tiring and both of us ended up dead. The last few kilometers seemed to be never-ending. Especially after it ...
... because we got to go to the beach again and play with the starfish! There were SO many, and we could just pick them up and take pictures with them. They were all different colors too, it was hard to find two that were alike. I found one that was Packers colors :) My first/second favorite thing was going snorkeling! There was a coral reef that surrounded the island and so the Mr. Bean took us out and we got to swim around for a half and hour just looking at all the ...
... and some of that famous ‘Glen Parker fish pie’; then maybe we can talk. I’ve got your back Dragon Sr.
Beaches look the part and usually change the colour of one’s skin, but then why is a tan considered so desirable anyway? Ironically, I remember shops in Indonesia and Thailand selling skin whitening soap; I guess the grass is always greener on the other side. I’m just bitter because I don’t nearly put enough effort into ...
... the mainland. Arabs have greatly influenced the mainland coast and Zanzibar for much of the past 1000 years. The sultans of Oman took the island after an interlude of Portuguese control in the 16th century and trade flourished once again under the Arabs, including the horrific East African slave trade. Germany was a late comer in the European parade of colonial powers, and Tanganyika was the name of the mainland ...