Zanzibar Safari Club
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... us sad at all since all the meals were identical (rice, beans, spinach).
At 16.00 we left the Teddy´s Place (after 5 days!). When we got to the main road, there was a dalla-dalla just passing by. They took us to Stone Town for TZS 5,000. We walked directly to the port where we bought tickets for a night ferry departing from Zanzibar Stone Town at 21.00. One ticket cost USD 20 (VIP class). The ferry´s schedule was quite ridiculous because it departed at 21.00, moved not ...
... 30pm, anchoring in the bay until 1am, sailing till 5am, anchoring off shore for an hour and then arriving in Dar harbour at 6am. We've been unable to figure out what all the waiting is about, but saving $30 and a night's accommodation makes it worth exploring a different ferry. You'll be shocked to know that our ferry to Zanzibar took a mere hour and a half. It was the Kilimanjaro Fast Ferry. The options there were first or business class for us foreigners. It was quite like ...
... tidal zone ecology; not much else. Oh yeah, I almost forgot: we snorkeled in a tropical downpour. Mesmerized, we tread water in the quiet space between thick, gray rain thrashing the water from above and a rich, colorful reef idling below.
Over one meal, we shared thoughts about what each of ...
... of people to share this trip with.
The next morning was beach time, a short transfer later and we were checking into our ‘Sunset Bungalows’ where we would be spending the last three nights of the trip in proper luxury. We had a four poster bed and, wait for it…air conditioning!! Shame it didn’t really work…but it still counts. The hotel itself was right on the beach with a bar/restaurant and extremely comfortable ...
... didn’t feel right. There was no signage indicating any type of organized activities, no office on the shore where we were to depart, or buildings of any kind, save for an abandoned concrete structure partially obscured with the tropical vegetation that was reclaiming it. No restrooms, no dock, no receiving agent, no receipt for the money we paid, cash, on the spot.
The tide was out, so the crew portered the lunch ...