Pearl Guest House

Address: Kiponda Street, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | B&B
 
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    Travel Blogs from Zanzibar

    Enjoying life

    A travel blog entry by marineolivia22 on Apr 15, 2015

    108 photos

    ... after having a wonderful local dinner, Simon
    asked for a guitar. They gave one to him and he played for a while next to the campfire. It was so perfect. Listening to the music, feeling the breeze in my
    hair and looking at a sky I never seen before, but in South Africa. There are
    so many stars, it’s crazy. I’ve never felt so relax in my whole life, neither
    has been my boyfriend. It’s just like there are no more tensions in my body. We
    just enjoy the ...

    Had to literally force myself to leave :(

    A travel blog entry by tarae.griffin on Dec 24, 2014

    54 photos

    ... because I was locked in...) and then got a little bit lost in the maze on the return...perfect for photo taking with the cool doors and I finally stumbled upon the corner I was looking for :D. Then off I went to the North via taxi (there is also a shuttle for $20 less but whatever and oops).

    I forgot to mention, one last thing before heading north I had to give away my shoes (I brought a bunch with me and clothes too; sadly it still felt like it was not ...

    G Adventures - Nairobi To Cape Town

    A travel blog entry by lbadventures on Sep 28, 2014

    1 photo

    Day 7 - Zanzibar

    Zanzibar, the 'spice island', has a rich history and exotic culture. Relax on the island's many beautiful beaches, explore the fascinating streets of Stone Town and soak up the island spirit. Embark on a guided tour of a spice plantation or sign up for optional visits to palaces, museums and traditional Arab residence. Snorkeling or diving are also available if the Indian ocean proves ...

    Exploring StoneTown

    A travel blog entry by tweetygirl on Sep 14, 2014

    23 photos

    ... Jozani Forest to see the red Colobus monkeys and mangrove swamps. Watching the monkeys so close was awesome, I loved how cheeky there were and how I could take photos right up close and they just kept on munching their leaves! After chilling for a bit, we went out to see the night market and have dinner (some of the group were brave enough to try the food at the night market, while the rest of ...

    SPICES

    A travel blog entry by jimhilbert on Jun 12, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... this is a small island 30 min away on a junk. Not really a Chinese Junk, just a boat that was a pile of junk. The turtles cost $7US per head to get in to see. They were all very sad. Huge buggers but very sad. There are about 100 bored and badly kept turtles here. We went for a swim in crystal clear water of the sea on a beach that was absolutely magnificent.

    We took a romantic ride on a local boat that has a distinctive sail. Again I would describe it as ...