Pearl Guest House

Address: Kiponda Street, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | B&B
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    Had to literally force myself to leave :(

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

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    ... land border). I reserved a hotel (Pyramid Hotel) and asked for a pick-up (Arrived about 5pm right before sunset).

    We made a stop at the ATM, mistake, and waited more or less patiently for over 1 hour until we were informed that all banks were out of cash and systems were down....guess I should have exchanged money at the airport...oops. In the meantime I met a guy who had been to 10 ATMs with no avail...we gave him a ride to the Bank HQ but were shooŽd away there ...


    A travel blog entry by nikkicredfern on Oct 13, 2014

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    ... back is an understatement he finally was reunited with it 48hrs later having passed through lots of hands and some of them not so honest he was extremely lucky to get it back. In Andasibe we did two 4 hr rain forest walks where we spotted lots of species of lemurs which was pretty cool as some of them were really close. They really are lovely serene animals and so graceful as they dance through the trees. We also did a nocturnal walk which I loved as it is ...

    August 7, 1360 - Zanzibar

    A travel blog entry by catthi on Aug 07, 2014

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    ... fur on its back. It must be esoteric to the rainforest regions. In addition to the monkey I saw, there are apparently foods that are specific to the rainforests environment and since Zanzibar is so large, it must be lucrative in its food exports. I did not go to the trading center myself but Ibn Jafar and Ahmed tell me that the goods they saw there were almost exclusively derived from their agricultural production. They told me that the merchants were mainly trading food ...

    Nairobi to Dar es Salaam

    A travel blog entry by kathdelia on Jul 26, 2014

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    ... at marugu. Saturday: driving to dar es salaam today, a very long drive. Off to Zanzibar for 3 nights tomorrow, supposed to have great beaches and very famous for its spice markets. These two places will be the first we've been to that are more Muslim than Christian, and we'll be there for the end of Ramadan so should be a good party, although the only downside is that dar in particular is not as safe as everywhere else we've ...


    A travel blog entry by jimhilbert on Jun 12, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... I. Clare was very nervous given that they were yelling Kill Him Kill Him, but even though this appears to be a very basic place, I did not believe they would really kill him. With our alert at a peak we decided to head off and get out of there.

    What happened to him we will never know, but we had a few conversations with local people who were all very consistent in their comments. No one is allowed to steal in Zanzibar. They are dealt with quickly ...