Ngalawa Beach Village
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... of cocktails.
This was a merry evening :-) We also went to Mnemba Island for some
snorkelling, a private resort island which costs over a $1000 dollars
a night to stay. You may have seen in photos as from the air it is in
a shape of a heart. The snorkelling was ok but this made me really
want to go diving again. Especially after meeting a Colombian couple
Henry and Claudia who are doing a lot of diving on their travelling
trip. Unfortunately ...
... Ferry back to DAR the next morning.
What could possibly go wrong after such a wonderful trip?
Only traveling back of course! Coming off the ferry and walking in the heat of DAR, we find the coach office. We asked if we could book the 2pm coach ride back to Ukunda. "Oh no, I'm not sure you want to do that! Stay in DAR for the night and get early bus tomorrow morning." "Why not? We cannot afford another night in DAR." "Okay, well you won't arrive back to Ukunda until ...
... world country I guess we can't have it all. A few more drinks and its time for bed.
27.11.13 - We start the morning off late with a nice breakfast buffet. The meal selection has always been nice here. We get fresh eggs of our choice, lots of fruit, sausage, bacon, baked beans, tomato and the list goes on. We decide for a lazy day at the pool and to have a late sunset dinner at The Rock Restaurant. We've been following the restaurant for some time now online, its ...
... as this school is private. And in private schools everyone must to speak English . Anyway it is far away from the truth. Took forever to explain about fractures, fainting and blah blah, but as we figured afterwards they understood something. On Saturday we had planned a trip to the Rock. First of all Corbin ( Canadian guy from Sweden ) had to come with us, but I don't know what happened with his flights he got late so we met just in the evening. When he texted me he already landed ...
... 3,5 hours departing at 12.00. It was the cheapest option. The other ferries (including Kilimanjaro) cost USD 35 but the journey lasts between 90 and 120 minutes. Flying Horse, besides being slow, is also said to be quite dangerous.
While boarding the ferry a guy who was checking our tickets sent us directly upstairs to the VIP class. Just because of color of our faces they assumed we must have been travelling in the VIP class. Nobody asked us about anything or ...