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Trip Report Tanzania and wonderful Zanzibar

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I experienced a wonderful and very productive familiarization trip with Tanzania time safaris in Tanzania and Zanzibar, in Late August/early September, the best of wild life safari. I returned rather tired but filled with a lot of love for the country, it's nature and especially to its people. They are remarkably friendly and gracious to visitors.
The guide was good, he loved to talk about Tanzania life culturally, politically and economically, that was a bonus to me as it was a free study abroad trip, Lol.
In Zanzibar, I enjoyed the historical town with the confusing alleyways, and I also had a chance of a cooking class in the spice farm of Zanzibar, I cooked Zanzibar pilau/spiced rice and the chapati, my favorite.
Karibu Tanzania. Asante sana.

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