|Pilau (delciously seasoned rice), cabbage,|
and stir-fried vegetables.
My first meal on the island!
|Roasted kingfish with white rice and coconut curry from |
Coco de Mer Hotel
|Freshly-pressed cane juice with ginger and lime.|
|This is rabavan, or bungu fruit. Makes one of the most delicious|
juices in the world. Also had avacado juice - yum!!!
|Date (the fruit) stands.|
One of the most interesting parts of the tour was the trip through Estella Market, named after a former Minister's wife.
|Outside Estella Market.|
|Fresh fish anyone?|
|Inside the market.|
|Shark fin? I'll pass...|
|Yellow fin tuna really does have yellow fins!|
|This is the meat market.|
|And more spices...|
|I bought several of these packets!|
|And more spices!|
|How many different varieties of bananas can you|
count? (Clue: it's more than 1)
|Fruits and spices.|
|Some of the biggest pineapples I've ever seen!|
|Dried octopus and crayfish. Hmm...|
|A coastal fruit.|
|"Zanzibar apple." I tried it and I think I'll stick with MacIntosh.|
|The chicken market.|
|Seafood burger with "chips" and salad. YUM!!|
|Possibly the best meal I've ever eaten .Seriously.|
|You should've seen my smile after the meal! :)|
|Tomato basil soup for starters.|
|An amazing tuna steak with secret flavors, spiced Zanzibar|
potatoes, and mixed vegetables. The BEST meal EVER!
|I only left the lime...|
A taste of Lobster for New Year's Eve...
|Lobster and fish curry, rice, spinach, and chapiti. A traditional|
start to the New Year.
Lobster is the way to ring in the New Year.
|Not one lobster, but three!|
|Fish, veggies, rice, and beans!|
|Final meal in Tanzania. Roasted matoke (green plantain) |
and roast goat. Mmmm.