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We flew from Kigali to Dar Es Salaam in a Bombardier CRJ700. I thought of my brother-in-law Pierre who works for Bombardier as a pilot as I sat on the tarmack waiting for take-off. Nice little jet! As we flew over Tanzania, Dawna excitedly told me look out the window and there in the distance we saw Mount Kilimanjaro poking through the clouds. I …
My cat tally has gone up 46 percent over the past three days, and that's a conservative estimate. I was trying so hard not to double-count the cats we saw on multiple days that I almost certainly didn't count some at all. Dennis dubbed Stone Town, Zanzibar "Cat Town." They seem to love cats on this island, but especially in Stone Town, where the …
... pastors farm; as we thought in the beginning we will be able to pick up as many fruits as we want but turned out they expected us to work too! Hahha :) such a big misunderstanding, but once we were there we had to help. Besides that it was hot (as always) and we had to weed and that was pretty funny; after all we were also smelly so we were not able to be angry on the guy about whom I spoke before ! And talking about smells oh... They have that big market in Stone Town and ...
We arrived on the northern tip of Zanzibar and stepped on to sand so white it was almost blinding. Out of nowhere, a group of guys grabbed our bags and made a dash to the back of the beach whilst the fishing boat we had arrived in started sailing back the way it came, without allowing me time to thank the captain who was sneakily avoiding harbour tax. After so much down-time, we arrived in Nungwi hoping for a party without realising that our entire time on Zanzibar would coincide ...
... to have the chef come to our room and discuss the menu. They really went out of their way to make us feel special and we would highly recommend this place to anyone. The first day in stone town we had a walking town tour and the spice tour. The town tour involved 3 hours of walking around the main parts and learning about the history, which is linked mainly to the country of Oman. The spice tour was very interesting, where we got a tour of a plantation growing local fruits and ...