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... or drink they come running to your table and say, "Please sir, do you mind if I take this?" Yes, it's nice, but a bit over the top. I started to time them and it was always under 4-5 seconds when they came running over and ask us. Just a bit odd in my opinion.
We finished our meals and head over to the pool bar for a few late drinks and some much needed wifi to update the world on our adventure. A frozen daiquiri came out like a fruit juice, but oh well we are in ...
... bit better. There were just a few people and it wasn´t so smelly or hot. I honestly think we were supposed to travel in the 1st class or at least there was written "1st class" on our tickets. Sometimes it is good to be "mzungu" (Swahili word for "white people").
We met two very nice people on the ferry from Dar es Salaam to Zanzibar – Silvia from Spain and Gabriel from Mexico. Both of them were working as volunteers in an orphanage close ...
... I broke off to a random spa we had found earlier. I have been developing a good couple of cracks on my heels so I figured I should deal with them. I had about an hour pedicure not even blading my heels but buffing them. The poor girl Mary kept making noises of disgust everytime she saw them. They chatted with me a bit about wanting to go to school for fashion and could I help them get a job through work etc. later when Sarah and Dale came they got Sarah to take a picture of the ...
... but otherwise we find ourselves in the business class lounge, with good seats, but heavily air conditioned. We find seats away from the icy blast, and Dianne goes to check out what we can access for a better view. The pick position is down on the stern at the toilets. There is a full width deck with a bench seat, mostly already taken up by locals, but there is room to stand and take photos.
Murray spends most of the trip taking photos of the port, the skyline ...
... about contingencies to take it in. Land at Mombasa and touch down at 1650hrs. Resigned to the fact that I've now missed the Zanzibar flight. Gutted. Fed up. They'll be on the shuttle bus to board their flight by now. In this big international airport.
I see this big international airport terminal building.
It's a shed.
This is just possible.
There are four air bridges. Praying we have an ...