Tamarind Beach Hotel
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... li>Getting lost in the streets – Stone Town is composed of alleyways that are shared with motorcycles, bikes and pedestrians. They zigzag in all directions and its easy to get lost, but small enough for it not to be a problem at all.
... drinks at Freddy Mercurys bar. The sunset over the beach was amazing. There were around 30 guys playing soccer on the beach in front of us. Was a very serious game. After drinks we headed for dinner at the night markets. So many stalls with so much food. I gorged myself on beef samosas and chicken on a stick and finished with dessert of Nutella and banana pizza. Was a great experience but left feeling very full and ...
... happily "swap for a white one"). • If you really want to show someone you love them, in Ellie's case, you would have to get her a lion cub! (Ed take note) • My new favourite Swahili word, Chakula (food)! Luckily, in our apartment there are a group four girls from Sheffield uni and another from Cardiff uni who have already been here a week. They have shown us some good places to eat and drink and the route to the beach. Start work in the hospital ...
Our last three nights in East Africa have been spent on the island of Zanzibar, off the coast of Tanzania. To get there, Scott and I, along with our tour director, George, boarded a 12-seat prop plane on Wednesday afternoon out of the tiny, ultra-laid back airport of the Tanzanian highland town of Arusha, getting just a sneak peak at Mt. Kilimanjaro en route.
Currently part of Tanzania, Zanzibar harbors an ebb and flow of ...
... at the base of Kilimanjaro, the fresh clean mornings are followed by dry, hot days and with the lake dried up, marshes provide water for the parks inhabitants. After Amboseli, we drove across the border to Tanzania. After quite some time getting our visas, we were met across the border by some crazy new Tanzanian driver. Sporting an died red/orange beard, a huge beer gut and a fez, our new guide wasn't the most politically correct and I think was quite taken aback having ...