Normally I write instead of stay quiet but today I’m going to do the latter so I can let the beauty of Zanzibar speak for itself; you’re welcome 🙂
The local children were pretty curious to see a bunch of white people in the guesthouse to came over to stare at us, play amongst themselves and giggle with us; they were very cute and loved seeing the photos that we had taken 🙂
This church just outside Stone Town is built on top of the old slave market (which you can visit) and is a testament to both gorgeous architecture and the hideous trade which used to take place here. The church was built on the old slave ‘living quarters’ so that the island of Zanzibar could learn to try and forgive the negative past and look forward to a positive future.
Want to know how you get fresh coconuts? Stand away from tree, let this guy do the climbing and don’t get hit by falling coconuts! 😀
A couple of the local children decided it was time to get some fish!
Sunset falls on the last day of my time in Zanzibar – such a beautiful country!