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We took it easy today - jet lag wasn't too bad. We woke up pretty early after going to bed early and had a great breakfast at the hotel restaurant. After a walk on the beach we went for a swim. After lunch we had a long nap, another swim and then a late dinner.
There has been a nice breeze off the ocean so it tends to moderate the heat.
As I mentioned before white people here are called MZNGUS. That's a real fun name they do even sell a black T-shirts with this name on it. But no, we didn't get those yet and I doubt we will :) Anyway we do really feel like MZNGUS here. Whenever we go we get so many eyes on us. Especially when we are in dala-dala (local transport) oh, than it's really fun. An awkward. Few days ago with girls we were going home from beach and we had to catch the dala-dala. We stopped one but it ...
... happily "swap for a white one"). • If you really want to show someone you love them, in Ellie's case, you would have to get her a lion cub! (Ed take note) • My new favourite Swahili word, Chakula (food)! Luckily, in our apartment there are a group four girls from Sheffield uni and another from Cardiff uni who have already been here a week. They have shown us some good places to eat and drink and the route to the beach. Start work in the hospital ...
... first few days in Tanzania hit us hard just how different it was to our norm. We coped and learnt fast and things vastly improved once we flew from our hillbilly town in the middle of nowhere direct to Zanzibar, island of heaven!. What a place, what great people, what great places to stay and eat. The beaches were true bliss, white sands, blue waters and blue skys. Many great times had here from ...
... 8217;s northern beaches for the last week of this trip.
During our stay in Paje, we made friends with 4 Norwegian med-school students and decided to go together to Kendwa, a beach on the north-west side of Zanzibar. We ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed