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Paid in Cash vs Credit Sign

A sign explaining the important matter of getting paid in cash versus getting paid in credit. Ain’t this the truth, yes? Lot’s of cool signs…

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Truck Loads of Seafood, Stone Town

Stone Town, Zanzibar literally has truck loads of seafood. It’s cheap by Western work standards but expensive once you know what it goes for elsewhere….

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Sunset in Stone Town

Greetings, Before we get into this here episode of the “iyashinoshigoto SHOW” of sorts, stopped by the former Stone Town Slave Market today, highly recommended….

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Trip to Tailors in Stone Town

Greetings, Taking it super easy today in Stone Town, Zanzibar. Just took my beloved custom cargos to a tailor in Stone Town, gents above to…

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Strolling About Stone Town

Greetings aka yo aka what up!? Been strolling around Stone Town in some well worn custom cargo shorts and a one of a kind iyashinoshigoto…

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Lunch at Mercury’s in Stone Town

Greetings, Met a nice Danish lady at breakfast and we did what total strangers killing time do, wander the streets drinking sugar cane abd what…

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Good Morning Zanzibar

Good morning Zanzibar! For some unexplicable reason, always end up in hotel / guesthouses right next to a Mosque Aka right near 5 or 6…

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High on Life in Stoned Town

Greetings, Ignore the title, simply could not help myself. I am in a small square room with blue walls and a white ceiling, one simple…

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Spa in Stone Town, Zanzibar

Greetings, Arrived in Zanzibar at the Stonetown ferry. Avoided the touts and made my way into the city, wow this place is confusing. While going…

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Ferry to Zanzibar – Dar Es Salaam

Greetings, Chilling on ferry Dar Es Salaam to Zanzibar. Foreigners pay $35 and locals pay $10. It’s such a hustle and bustle, dudes at immigration…

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