Travel Blogs from Nungwi, Tanzania

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Zanzibar Island, Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

Zanzibar Island

A travel blog entry by eric

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... new best friend - Fanta.  Orange, red or purple...they're all good.  Anything cold in a bottle goes down fast here. Tanzania is located along the Indian Ocean.  It has been a major trading route for centuries.  Fishing is a common ...

Nungwi and the full moon party, Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

Nungwi and the full moon party

A travel blog entry by jonclark2000

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... out of my nose at inopportune moments of the rest of the day! BBQ fish on one of the white sand beaches before returning to Nungwi that afternoon. This was the night of the full moon party. Annie insisted we didn't eat before we left as there was a ...

Just the name

Just the name "Zanzibar" sounds exotic, doesn't it

A travel blog entry by globedecker

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... All those news media images of misery-plagued masses just don't match up with anything we have experienced thus far in Kenya or Tanzania. I truly hope that in the next few months as we progress further into the continent those words will not come back to ...

Kendwa, Zanzibar, Kendwa, Tanzania travel blog

Kendwa, Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage

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Version traduite plus bas... Sept 18, Kendwa, Zanzibar All the Muslim girls turned to Lance and shouted at once:"No!” in an angry voice... About 20 of them had just ran to the beach, each with some bag and started collecting sand... a sight that ...

Kendwa snorkelling, Zanzibar, Kendwa, Tanzania travel blog

Kendwa snorkelling, Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage

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Version traduite plus bas... Sept 19, Kendwa, Snorkelling, Zanzibar I will have to admit that the beaches here are incredible, not only because of the white fine sand and the beautiful blue and turquoise waters, but also because one can find the type of ...

Hakuna Matata, Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

Hakuna Matata

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers

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... saw a big fish eat a little fish. Such incredible dives. Plus, the weather was perfectly clear and we could actually see mainland Tanzania from the boat. Since the dives were just offshore, the whole dive excursion only took four hours door to door. We ...

Monthly Thoughts from Dennis, Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

Monthly Thoughts from Dennis

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers

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Two months down now, and still five to go. We're definitely getting used to living on the road now, though there have been a lot of annoying things that we’ve had to deal with this last month.  Trying to apply for an international ...

Sep 20, 2011, Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

Sep 20, 2011

A travel blog entry by jamesinafrica

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Nungwi, Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

Nungwi

A travel blog entry by izzie

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Nungwi, Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

Nungwi

A travel blog entry by izzie

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Nungwi Beach, Zanzibar, Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

Nungwi Beach, Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen

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... of dives in. Originally Chris and I didn't have an exact plan, but were thinking of going to go to Kendwa Beach, just south of Nungwi until we got in a shared taxi and met a Slovenian guy named Ziga.  We started chatting and he was on his way back ...

Nungwi, Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

Nungwi

A travel blog entry by izzie

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Day 12: Kendwa!, Kendwa, Tanzania travel blog

Day 12: Kendwa!

A travel blog entry by tim_buktu2

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Stone Town to Nungwi, Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

Stone Town to Nungwi

A travel blog entry by supersazza

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Tuesday morning was spent exploring the spice market in Stone Town, followed by the general market.  Midday we bused up to Nungwi, which is a small resort area overlooking stunning beaches. On Wednesday I had my hair braided by a local woman, then ...

The Summit Tale and R&R in Zanzibar, Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

The Summit Tale and R&R in Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by joycesilva

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The 7 days we spent on the mountain conjures up so many thoughts and emotions!  It has now been 48 hours since we got off the mountain and I think we are finally starting to recover. Day one was through the rain forest and rain it did!! ...

Nungwi, Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

Nungwi

A travel blog entry by izzie

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Planes, Pains and Dodgy salsa wraps, Stone Town and Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

Planes, Pains and Dodgy salsa wraps

A travel blog entry by zanziben

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Hello hello! Or should I say "Jambo" to all you foreigners out there. Good news is, we've arrived. The even better news is it's everything we hoped it could be! The title of this entry refers pretty much exclusively to the journey here which, in case ...

Zanzibar, Nungwi Beach, Nungwi, Zanzibar, Tanzania travel blog

Zanzibar, Nungwi Beach

A travel blog entry by anneowens

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... , Jono and I, along with a guy Bee and Jen had met on the ferry, Chris, spent the day slobbing around on the beach not doing an awful lot! We stayed one more night at H&H in Nungwi, we'd all decided to head down to the south of the island the next ...

An African Oasis and Island Paradise on Zanzibar, Kendwa, Zanzibar, Tanzania travel blog

An African Oasis and Island Paradise on Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by ebowley

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... end of the week.  I hope it makes it into print and that more people at home are exposed to the situation here in Tanzania.  I only hope to inspire more people to reach out internationally.  If one person is changed by it, I've done my ...

Sunset over the Indian Ocean, Kendwa, Tanzania travel blog

Sunset over the Indian Ocean

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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Just an hour in this Stone Town internet cafe to update what's happened over the last few days. Now day 13 and we have just over an hour before we have to meet again to catch the ferry for the 2 hour trip back to mainland Africa (Dar Es Salaam) just 80 ...

Nungwi - Diving and beachwalking, Nungwi, Zanzibar, Tanzania travel blog

Nungwi - Diving and beachwalking

A travel blog entry by karanshark

... looking for the cheapest dive shop...ended up having to come back to the first one, but all good...at least i saw the place... Tanzania, basically, is still going great in most ways, and i love it, and I do not want to leave Zanzibar! Maybe I ...

A Place Called Paradise, Nungwi - North Zanzibar, Tanzania travel blog

A Place Called Paradise

A travel blog entry by zanziben

Hello again! I've been in this internet cafe for just over the half hour so have another 28 minutes to take up (it's taken this long to load most of the web pages and find out how poorly the Magpies have been performing over the last week), so here's an ...

Drive, Park, Drive, Lake, Drive, Ocean, Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

Drive, Park, Drive, Lake, Drive, Ocean

A travel blog entry by pmckenna

... a finger chopped off in a machine. Another pretty long drive followed that, and we stayed at a farm in the highlands of Tanzania, where we had a great traditional dinner as well. Then it was up reeeeeally early the next morning for a very long drive ...

Beaches, birthdays and scuba diving, Nungwi, Zanzibar, Tanzania travel blog

Beaches, birthdays and scuba diving

A travel blog entry by rachellocke

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The last few days have been spent at Nungwi Beach in the north of Zanzibar.  Friday was Mark's (one of the ozzies on the trip) birthday, so after a day of lazing around on the beach and planning our diving for the next day we went out in the evening ...

Zanzibar, Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by danielfernandez

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What was once white cotton, never to be white by handwash. Laundry in the shower. The beach, paradise. Can't stop admiring the beauty my eyes ...

The Three Sunrises, Kendwa, Tanzania travel blog

The Three Sunrises

A travel blog entry by delsar

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Our final night at Ilboru was uneventful and we spent the following morning taking advantage of their internet to do some research and make other bookings. Joseph arrived to take us to the airport and once again it was the happy Joseph. Arusha airport is ...

Arrived in Paradise, Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

Arrived in Paradise

A travel blog entry by caralyn

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We are staying in beachside bungalows in Nungwi Zanzibar.  We are surrounded by beautiful blue water and white sand beaches.  All of those untouched areas you see in photos, that is right here.  The stuff that dreams are made of.  We ...

Zanzibar, Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by shawclark

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... and private hires for getting around. A typical merchandise run for him might include: a bus from Karonga (his home village) to the Tanzania border (2 hours), minibus from the border to Mbeya (4 hours), a night in Mbeya, a bus from Mbeya to Dar es Salaam ...

Nungwi, Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

Nungwi

A travel blog entry by travelmonster

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... leave the village at 12 o'clock to ensure we are back by the time the tide is back in. Off we set in search of Nungwi. We walk along the beach picking up shells and poking around in some rock pools where we find lots of different fish and some red and ...

Lazy days, Nungwi, Tanzania travel blog

Lazy days

A travel blog entry by charliek85

... aboard with the locals. Two very bumpy, sweaty, and understandably uncomfortable hours later I managed to unfold limps and step out at Nungwi. Now all I had to do was find somewhere to stay. This was less easy then the ride - but after much traipsing ...

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