Well, the dream is over and the adventure is nothing but a memory. I'm back home in Australia, it's about nine degrees, and I can't help wishing that I was still exploring strange lands on the other side of the world. My two months travelling through the Dark Continent have come and gone, and the … Continue reading Reflections on Africa
Paje is famous for it's beaches, but that's not all this Zanzibarean delight offers. The Jozani Chwaka Bay National Park is all that's left of the island's indigenous vegetation, and is home to thousands of zany monkeys. As a primate fancier (no, not in that way) I was determined to head out to the park … Continue reading Monkey Magic!
The water off Paje's eastern coast is a bit like a Russian chick's skirt; it looks brilliant, and any self-respecting bloke wants to see what's underneath it. So today I grabbed my snorkel and went down below for a few hours. Oh, I'm talking about snorkelling, you sicko! And as you can see from these really, … Continue reading Fish, fish, everywhere!
Paje and Paradise both start with the letters 'pa'. Coincidence? Yeah, probably, but the tiny village of Paje, on Zanzibar's southeast coast, is certainly a lovely place to spend a few days. So that's what I've been doing - bludging by the pool, bludging on the beach, and acting more like a lazy tourist than … Continue reading The Sights and Kites of Paje
As Sinbad fought through a massive crowd, flowers in hand, just to be with me, I realised it was the most romantic thing anyone has ever done for me. Sure, there was that time a chick sucked me off in the toilets at the Chinese restaurant in East Gosford after my brother's birthday dinner a … Continue reading The Most Wanted Man in Zanzibar
After learning I was heading to Dar es Salaam, my good friend (and convicted abuser of homeless people) Scott called me from his presidential suite inside Parklea Prison. "Hey bro, you go to Tanzania?" he asked, whilst whitling a shiv from a toothbrush. "You must meet my cousin, Sinbad. He look just like me. He … Continue reading Hakuna Matata! Welcome to Tanzania!