Nungwi Village Beach Resort
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... beautifully with his voice resonating across the plantation. We were shown nutmeg, cloves, cosmetic plant, cinnamon, vanilla beans, turmeric while also drinking coconut milk and enjoying fruit tasting. We came away from the spice tour adorned with jewellery, hats, and ties all made from flax.
It was now midday and we were ready to take our 1 hour drive to our beach resort, located at the northern end of Zanzibar on Kendwa Beach where ...
... handled that problems, tried to explain and filled the forms,
with a woman, who could barely write. It has been a tough moment. And I was
alone for that, because my boyfriend, who can’t speak English, couldn’t really
help me out. Finally, after almost one hour in this airport, we got out
and find our driver, who kindly waited for us. We were thrown into the island’s
mood, with a “Hakuna matata”, which means “No problem”, when ...
... of £3. Wish it was as cheap in the UK to get a parking ticket, it would actually be cheaper than the car park! Well to say the drive went from bad to worse would be an understatement Nick was driving and an underlying domestic was brewing - anyway we managed to get horrendously lost in Peitrematzburgh there were no road signs and we ended up driving around aimlessly for what seemed like ages. We did manage to route through the valley but there was no where nice to stop for ...
... due to
Louise being ill :-( ) This was a cool backpacker resort and the
bungalow we had was our best so far but with cold showers. The best
thing about Matemwe was Green and Blue 5* resort where you could use
its facilities by simply buying a drink. We spent a whole day there
using its 3 pools and sunbathing and even splashed out on some
expensive lunch. Also we met a German/Swiss couple and had a meal out
at Seles Bungalows which serves great food ...
... next thing we know, we are being woken up at 4:30am ready to depart and get back to Ukunda! We missed our stop, but managed to get off not too far away! We managed to get back to Camp Kenya by 6:30am to have an hours rest before getting up and re packing for a trip to a different camp location!
Zanzibar, is an amazing country and a trip of a lifetime! My experience was unique and a once in a life time opportunity. But it was all worth it, even sleeping on concrete floor on the boarder! ...