Zanzibar Safari Club
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... historic figure on the island (too long a story to tell here) There is plenty of land and Judy would like to one day be able to utilize it to be self sustaining and Eco friendly. After returning to Stonetown we visited the Tembo Hotel for a drink and sat at the beach restaurant enjoying the view. It was very hot though and extremely humid. We had lunch at the Hotspot Cafe just down from our BnB, where Juma met up with us. Sheryl and Pier were going ...
... my helping of culture in the evening when the full moon party starts. The hostel grounds get lit up by fire eaters and an extra couple of bars, but it's not quite the party you get in Thailand. There are about two-hundred partiers moving between the candle-lit tables and fire-pit, and the wooden dance floor. The tunes are classic club music (from 2010), and the drinks are about four times the price of other bars. Luckily ...
... 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 ...
... which is taken up with our bags. It ****** the 2 people off but the driver was supposed to get a bigger car and had obviously just thought 'ah it'll be fiiiiiine'. No no. We are blanked for the remainder of our stay in Zanzibar by one of the people.
We get to a place called Kendwa, check into our rooms, and we're again way too excited to see double beds. They're not even double, they're King or Queen sized. And we only share rooms in pairs. Heaven. We walk down to the beach ...
... 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 ...