We wandered for hours and ended up buying some canvas paintings, a beautiful carved wooden giraffe (small enough to ship home), some spiced soap, and some sarongs. Ken even picked out some funky African patterened cloth to wear as a sarong. He claims he's man enough to pull it off! And he was - it was worn out this evening when we went out for dinner, and other than the goofy shuffle his walk was restricted to, he actually pulled it off.
For dinner, we treated ourselves to an evening at the Africa House Hotel, which is a beautiful old hotel that was once home to the Sultan of Zanzibar. From the rooftop patio, we watched the dhow sailboats cruise across the water at dusk while we ate fresh seafood and Kilimanjaro beer. There is a lot more of Stone Town that we haven't seen yet, but after we leave tomorrow morning for an island tour and then two days on the beach at the north end of the island, we will be back here again for one more night. For now though, we will enjoy the luxury of a real bed and a fan to keep the heat down, and the freedom of not having to check for lions before getting up at night to pee!