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 ...
... and felt like we had both earnt it. I know it's getting boring but back in the Olympic pool not so much fun this time as very busy due to being the weekend and they have also decided to clean the pool today hmmmm this involved me having to dodge around various bits of string and massive pipes and floats all very complicated. We then took a drive out and had breakfast at one of the vine yards and then took a drive along the coast just exploring the outer suburbs of Cape ...
... streets, past little shops and dodging scooters and bicycles. A quick refresh and we were out again to lunch at what seemed like someone's house and then onto a spice tour. We drove out of the town and to a luscious plantation where we were shown all sorts of spice trees as well as fruits, many of which we got to try or at least smell. Spices used to dominate Zanzibar's economy and although they no longer do there are still many plantations dotted around the centre ...
... 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 ...