The Island of Zanzibar

We said goodbye to Serena and the Serengeti today.  One final game drive en route to the airstrip for our flight to Zanzibar.  It was a 2 hour flight to the tiny island 50 km off the coast of the mainland. It’s a Muslim country,  in the Indian Ocean.  We flew over the Ngorongoro Crater on our way.  What an awesome sight to behold from the air.  After arriving, once situated with our ground handlers, we had an hour drive to the MELIA ZANZIBAR.  Once Goldie got management straight and everyone settled in their rooms; it was all good.

The Melia is an all inclusive luxury resort on an amazing beach of white sands. Its 5 restaurants serve local and international specialties.  Our first night, some dined at the pool bar while others dined at the Spice Market Restaurant. In a word, the dining experience was amazing as was the Entertainment that followed with the Masai warriors doing their thing.  I anxiously anticipate what’s in store for us tomorrow on our STONE TOWN TOUR. Stone Town is the old part of Zanzibar City, the main city of Zanzibar in Tanzania.  Stay tuned!

One thought on “The Island of Zanzibar

  1. Good Morning Cuz:

    Arrived at my son and daughter-in-law’s house this AM. My daughter-on-law is on a mini vacation (returning today) but my son got called in this morning (Station 18) so Mommy/Nana to the rescue. I arrived here at 6:30am so I could get instructions as to how to sign in on this on-line classroom🙃

    So while I had a moment before I awake the Crown Prince I scanned my emails and there was my cuz out in the world doing her thing like no one else can do. Remember, call me first when KatTrax becomes operational again and there is a person who cannot make the trip to where ever. Passport is up to date, Global Entry/TSA both ready, and will be making an appointment with the DMV to get my REAL ID. So your Cuz only has to throw a few items in a bag.

    Stay cool cuz; they are saying it is going to be another scorcher🤯

    Hugs, Cuz Nez

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