Villa de Coco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We got up early to get our transport at 5am, and we went on our way. We were subjected to more 'African timings' when we were told it was 10mins til a restaurant…which we arrived at 1hour later! The traffic, however, was not on our side as we slowed right down when we were in the Dar es Salaam region. We were meant to arrive at the port at 2pm to catch ...
After three months in a project they send you out to "recharge the batteries". I had planned a week long getaway to Zanzibar with a German gal from my project. We were slated to leave on the 24th of March but a few days before our scheduled holiday a bullet entered the hospital. This one narrowly missing a staff member. This was the fifth bullet and last straw for MSF. So, on Friday the 20th of March, 18 of us evacuated ...
... me. And breakfast were unlucky because the soup I got was... Bullion. Bullion with a huge bone in the bowl and nothing else; not a carrot nothing. I tried few spoons but couldn't swallow more especially wen fly landed on my bowl and than I saw another fly in soup. So again, I'm tying to express you how it was but even wen I read it again it doesn't sound that bad how it was. We left for the beach and just slept there more and chilled more again. Was good sunny Sunday, very ...
... rasta' a billion times. Ignoring some, smiling at others, fist bumping others still, it got quite frustrating. Yes, I realise that I'm steroetyped as a rastafarian due to my hair, but I don't go calling someone 'hey muslim' due to his head wear. I think it's quite rude. Juma shed some light on the matter . The story is this, some men, hoping to entice a foreign lady into falling in love with him and taking him home with her to a foreign land where he no longer needs to work, ...
... I had walked into the only one visible for miles around, the odds of finding it must have been a million to one – if it wasn’t me! Back to my lancing…not quite sure I was willing to admit what I’d done to Steve I took a moment to contemplate that it might just have been a rock I’d kicked but at that point the pain really hit me. One of the spines was lodged just under my big toenail and the stinging and throbbing began. I hopped my ...