Tamarind Beach Hotel
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... it to them at a very reasonable rate and they have to do some renovating......the floor has rotted out in two of the rooms upstairs so they will replace them when they can afford it and have two extra classrooms. Judy took us for a tour of the school.....the littlies are downstairs and the older students are upstairs with a volunteer teacher from Switzerland. At the front of the hotel are some ruins which once belonged to Princess Salme, a ...
... is easily walkable to at low tide. My sense of achievement takes a bit of a hit.Later on I decide to go the whole chapati and play some beach volleyball to complete my day of serious physical activity. To be honest (as I am always on this blog) I'm not brilliant, but channel the spirit of Top Gun and do some good manly high fives and back-slaps, and I feel I've made a good few new friends.To be a little more rounded ...
... back to Stone Town. I feel really good sitting on the boat in the sun on the way back. Even if my feet do get sunburnt. We get back to Zanzibar, go to pick up our stuff from the volunteer house, and get back into the car to drive an hour to the top of the island. It's a 7 seater car, which fits us in snugly. The driver wants to pack 2 more people in for the trip (seriously what it is about this country and cramming people into transport?!). We say no because there's no room, even on ...
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 ...
... of Arusha with little
vegetation and no water source to set up their reptile park it was the humble beginnings of something great.
With the Snake Park up and running it began to draw thirsty visitors of the overland variety for
whom a bar and camp site were built both of which have obtained, along with their founders legendary status. A look at all the photos, shirts and various other memorabilia plastering the walls attests to this.