Salome's Garden

Address: Bububu, 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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      ... was on a ledge with an overhang that attracted me to sneak onto, so I was good but the rain didnīt stop, I got bored and headed to a hotel for a drink. It was 10 am...yeah...well the rain kept me there for around 2 or more or not! It had wifi :P. I even asked the waitress when it would stop, she said 10 minutes, after 10 minutes I asked again, what happened to 10 minutes...right then it stopped...ha ha only to start up again 5 minutes later. I obviously had ...

      Day 20: cycling to the end of the beach

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Aug 23, 2014

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      ... one piece. Tonight we had a few drinks but Andy was much more up for partying than I was so I left him to it with the "doctors". I think subconsciously I knew what was happening, Nanna was taking her last breaths as he peacefully passed away with Aunty Julie at her side. After quite a few days in hospital I am glad she is no longer in pain and has gone to join Bampi. Rest in peace Nanna xoxo Off to bed ...

      August 7, 1360 - Zanzibar

      A travel blog entry by catthi on Aug 07, 2014

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      ... The monsoon winds basically are the motor that can propel ships forward on Indian Ocean Trade and they are very predictable. Merchants, such as Ibn Jafar, can calculate when the monsoons are going to be the most effective down to the very day. Since we were running a few days late on our journey, we do not want push back the day we sail down to Kilwa or Madagascar.
      When I got there, the first thing I noticed was that it is covered in tropical rainforest. In the entirety of ...

      Nairobi to Dar es Salaam

      A travel blog entry by kathdelia on Jul 26, 2014

      5 photos

      ... have fluorescent blue testicles), topi, serval cat, thompson's and grant's gazelles, giraffes, elephants and tons of birds. Had to wait as a family of elephants crossed the road in front of us. Also saw a serval cat fighting a puff adder. At campsite saw the other intrepid group with Michael, katiana, florian, livia, miro, mariola and Kathryn from our first group. Good to catch up with them, and with Elijah and Wilson ...


      A travel blog entry by jimhilbert on Jun 12, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... get in Aus at about a 6/10. Only spent $55 with our bottle of wine here so all in all Zanzibar doesn't cost much to eat out.

      What we saw:
      We found the market on one of our walks with Men Women and Children everywhere. Dates were being sold by the ton and broken down by the vendors to small stalls by the hundred. The meat hung in un-refrigerated stalls and fish was being stored on the ground. We have seen these types of markets before in Vietnam ...