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Zanzibar: "African" day at our hotel

day 11

sunny 34 °C

Once a week, the hotel organizes a number of activities for its guests. Such as lessons in palm weaving. Josette weaves a bag.
She likes that so much that she makes an appointment with her teacher for a hat, next monday.
Most guests just look, and wait for someone to make a hat, tie, ... for them.
There are dancing lessons, but nobody participates: at least, the teachers (we recognize the cooks and waitresses) seem to have a very good time.

We have dinner on the beach. There is music, with African and Masai dances, but the Masai do not look very authentic. One of them even leaves the group when his cellphone rings ... The public is not really interested, and it's a pity: it's a good show. The food is excellent: samosa, curries, fish and meat skewers, ...

Posted by ortho158 07:59 Archived in Tanzania Tagged zanzibar

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