This Adventurous Life

A young couple exploring the world…and their 30's

Zanzibar archipelago.  If you are unfamiliar of where this island may be, click here.  It is known for being the cornerstone of the spice trade and slave trade in the early 19th century.  

I couldn’t get enough of Stone Town’s charm.  I hope you enjoy seeing the streets through our lens.

A labyrinth of alley ways mostly only fit for people and bikes.  Stone and intricate carvings are everywhere.

One of the views from the balcony of our Inn.

The Old Fort.  Stone Town is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Fishermen’s dows retired after a days work.

Stone Town’s cultural charm and artistic lure greet you around every corner, if you let it.

We purchased a metal Rift Valley Coffee sign from this gem of an antique shop.  I personally love  President Obama’s portrait hanging over the door.

Be sure to hop over to Zanzibar as a wrap up after your East African safari!  We’ll show you more of the island later on, and we promise it won’t disappoint you.

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