Mornings in Paje


Paje on Zanzibar’s east coast is peaceful, wild and incredibly beautiful, albeit a bit windy.  But then that’s what makes it one of the island’s famed kitesurfing spots.

It’s the kind of place where you can rent a bungalow on the beach, step out of your door and straight into the ocean for an early morning swim or watch an amazing sunrise as the local people go about their business.

I miss those balmy waters, the friendly locals and resort staff who can’t do enough for you and of course the Masai watchmen who drew pictures in the sand for me with sticks, to illustrate life back home in Kilimanjaro where they hail from.

 

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9 thoughts on “Mornings in Paje

  1. “…rent a bungalow on the beach, step out of your door and straight into the ocean for an early morning swim or watch an amazing sunrise ”

    Oh, yes! Very much like Fisherman’s Cove near Chennai, India.

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      1. A bit like my plant list! I know it is impossible to get all the plants as my garden is very small, but still I keep adding ones I like. Giving me the hard task of narrowing it down to those I can a) find b) afford c) are suitable

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      2. LOL. Your narrowing down procedure isn’t unlike how I thin out the travel destinations, i.e. those I can a) afford b) get time off work for c) travel to and from with minimum jet lag and levels of discomfort 🙂 🙂 This year I took one mid-year and my December one will be local. Leaving me no excuse not to tackle India next year. Unless somewhere else distracts me LOL

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