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Travel Blogs from Stone Town

Stonetown, Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by chipbutty

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... a tour of Prison Island and saw huge tortoises.
One was 189 years old.
This means it was born in 1824 !!!!!!!!!!
Incredible !!!!!
The tour wasn't up to much but the snorkelling was good.
We returned to Stonetown and went for a meal on the beach.
Tomorrow, we get the early ferry back to the ...

Hello Exotic Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by nannakez

5
23

... exactly but at 8am our bags were packed into the Otakef van......and off we went!! We stopped at a petrol station and Pier went to pull out his wallet to pay for the petrol. No wallet....****! He searched his bags whilst Alfred rang the girls at the motel to search as well. In the meantime we turned around and went back to the motel.....bumpy road and all! No luck!! They weren't able to find it anywhere and so we decided that we needed to catch that plane and ...

The days I spent in paradise

A travel blog entry by beckybrahier

5
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... for a little show so that was keeping us awake. I still cannot believe the hips on these women. I don't think they are attached. At the last dance of the night, they pulled me up to dance with them! I think Kasim planned it, because Sophie and Ailidh got to go up too. Then all of a sudden there was just a huge snake randomly on the stage with us! We got to dance with it on our shoulders, and take pictures afterwards. It was so amazing. I've touched a snake before, but ...

My first few days in Zanzibar.

A travel blog entry by matt746

... commerce and I watched the dhows arriving much as I had done the morning before. I was tempted to return to the port and see if my dhow remained and to barter my way to their next port. Not caring where it may be but just wanting to join them in their daily life once more. A life of bailing out an old leaky dhow, scraping by with the transport of goods and the occasional crazy musunga (white man).

I soon was wrested from my dreams of the life of ...

Stone Town and The Spice Tour

A travel blog entry by kevin-francesca

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... we visited a square where there was the slave market. Slave were sold for $12 if they were men and $8 if they were women. They were sold in Zanzibar and went either across the indian ocean to Arabic countries or across the continent and then over the atlantic to America or Europe. Those poor slaves were kept in a very very small basement. In a room where we would fit in 20 they would fit in 70. During their journey by sea to the final destination the ...

 

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