Travel to Zanzibar in Tanzania – Episode 164

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The Amateur Traveler talks to Tadzio about his trip to Zanzibar in Tanzania, off the east coast of Africa. Tadzio worked as a ranger on Chumbe then toured Stonetown, the northern beaches, the Jozani forest, and Pemba. Hear about the food, the people, the snorkeling, the swimming, the beaches and the history of this tropical island paradise.


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by Chris Christensen

I am the host of the Amateur Traveler. The Amateur Traveler is an online travel show that focuses primarily on travel destinations and what are the best places to travel to. It includes both a weekly audio podcast, a video podcast, and a blog.

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Etienne de Heus

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I felt great sympathy for Tadzia when hearing about the loss of his travel photos as it has happened to me a few years ago when visiting Washington DC. My photos were also qritten to a CD (by a friend) and when arriving at home the CD appeared to be empty. After an extensive investigation I found out that the CD was not “finalised” after being written, thus preventing another computer from “seeing” the files. I eventually succceeded in recovering the photos after finding software on the internet that enabled me to “see” the invisible files. I hope Tadzia kept the CD as it could be possible to recover his valuable travel photos.

It is also possible to recover deleted files from the memory card with appropriate software, but not if it has since been used.

I enjoyed the podcast and will definitely refer back to it when I travel to Zanzibar, which has been on my travel list for a long time…

Best regards,
Etienne

chris2x

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Good tip, I will make sure Tadzia sees it!

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