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The Commonwealth Secretary General Rt Hon Patricia Scotland QC meets Zanzibar President, visits some Isles attractions

The Commonwealth Secretary General Rt Hon Baroness Patricia Scotland QC and her entourage pose for a  group photo as she takes time off to visit various Isles attractions during her one day tour of  Zanzibar. In the background is the world famous House of Wonders.
The Commonwealth Secretary General Rt Hon Baroness Patricia Scotland QC and her entourage take a guided walking tour through spice plantations in the Zanzibar suburbs
During the Spice tour the Baroness  and her entourage saw how the spices, herbs and fruits are cultivated, with the  tour guide describing in detail all about them as well as tropical fruits such as cloves, lemongrass, nutmeg, cinnamon, turmeric, vanilla, coconuts, papaya, chilli, black pepper, jackfruit, cardamom, cassava and oranges.
Some of the many tourists taking the spice tour cool off the day with coconut juice under clove trees
The Baroness and her entourage join in