Some of the girls dressed up for traditional Tanzanian dance and music night! Note the Kangas we're wearing.
View from Prisoners Island.
Awww, little baby turtles.
Turtles!! The turtles on Prisoners Island (part of Zanzibar, but not on Zanzibar Island) are the largest turtles nextto those on the Galapagos Island. Some were as old as 200yrs.
Rubes and I enjoying a local Tanzanian beer after a fantastic time snorkeling!
This boat is similar to the one we took out diving later that day.
The view from our beach side huts (not nearly as glamorous as they may sound).
Looking pretty happy, I'd say.
Ohhhhh, the meat market-- I barely made it through there without vomiting from the stench. All of the meat (hanging raw of course) were covered in bugs.
Walking through the old Stone Town markets (this one fruit) notice the sleeping vendor to your right.
The start of our tour through Stone Town.
Welcome to Zanzibarrrrrr!! And what a welcome it was--we had to smooth-talk our way through customs since Kerry forgot her passport! Haha It was a little stressful but it turned out okay in the end.
This is the view of Stone Town as we approach the Island on the ferry. The ferry that was supposed to be 1.5 hours, but turned into 3!