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The last two days have been a whirlwind of local flavor and excitement. Obviously a guy we met in Dar on Thursday would keep his word and fly Joy over to Zanzibar on Monday and we'd pick her up together and then head over to a whole goat barbecue at a friend's house. Clearly there'd be chopped barbecued goat served that once again we eat with our hands and canines, ripping the edible pieces apart and throwing the unedibles on the ground. We'd ...
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Call: “Look at you, look at you, look at you”
Habits: Semi nocturnal shade dweller, often found alone early in the morning but otherwise very sociable.
Sunrise was a beautiful sight in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. We all jumped aboard Tuk-Tuks which are little vehicles that have handles like motorcycles but fit about two in the back. We ordered 11 for our group and we hopped in for the ride to our first ferry. "bumper-to-bumper" Wilson told us. Wilson is our new guide who is ridiculous in his explanations. He knows we love him but at the same time can't stand his ...
... McDonalds waiting for me upon my arrival. Thank you, see you soon!
Tom HT: Dearest fam: Kili has been climbed! It took six days of pacing ourselves and one horrific 10 hour climb during the night, but so glad to have done it. Currently relaxing at a wonderful haven at Chwaka Bay on Zanziibar, making no exertion whatsoever save walking to and from the restaurant (jealous?)
Looking forward to being dragged away back home and straight onto the 18 by the lads! P.S ...
... with her for a while. It was unexpected but very nice. The girl was lovely!
From this square we kept on walking towards the Seaweed Center which was situated at the very end of the village.
- Seaweed farming was introduced in Zanzibar in the 1990īs by a Danish development agency.
- The original purpose of seaweed farming was to create a basis for economic independence for the local women.
- 10,000 – 15,000 women are ...