Paradise Beach Bungalows

Address: Paje, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | Campground
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      The Rock

      A travel blog entry by linziprytz on Mar 11, 2014

      4 photos

      ... Bob Marley hangs above the bar, and the Rastafarian dude serving sets the vibe. Lunch is catch of the day, some sort of Mackerel, in coconut sauce, it tastes funny. We are joined by the only other people staying here, and they are from Norway, Stavanger actually. Nice enough, but clearly here to party. All of them are hungover from the night before, but at 12:00 they are ordering Margaritas again! Suddenly Jon and I feel old! We have our first bit of internet connection here so ...


      A travel blog entry by keithandkim on Feb 21, 2014

      48 photos

      ... been desert as of late, but we enjoyed watching as the sun fell into the water, the copious amount of cocktails might have made it extra special as well.

      The next morning we woke early as we are signed up for our new favourite activity Scubadiving. The Dive today will be a deep one as being Advnaced divers now we get more options at the dive shops woohoo. After arranging all our gear, we made our way to the dive boat… We find it funny to think ...

      King of the jungle

      A travel blog entry by baxybird on Aug 26, 2013


      ... AND cuddling/kissing afterward. When there are five other males lining up to take your place, it's important to treat your lady right!! Ladies, remember this! So many more stories but its time for to indulge in a seafood feast! I arrived in Zanzibar this afternoon and the catch was plenty today. I need to get somewhere to transfer pictures off my camera and onto my iPad. So for now, no ...

      Day 22 - Dar Es Salaam to Stone Town

      A travel blog entry by fry81 on Jul 09, 2013

      5 photos

      ... floor sharing rice and fish and chapattis. We then were on the spice tour were we smelled and tasted different spices like turmeric, ylang ylang, lemon grass, ate some star fruit and rambutan and coconut. There was a plant used for dye in tandoori and masala that the guide called the natural lipstick plant that Kym and I used to apply lipstick. After the spice tour we headed back to the motel got changed and headed ...


      A travel blog entry by ecburton on Jun 04, 2013

      1 comment

      ... I went to roll the toilet paper and a little gecko came out of the middle. Not expecting that. But this whole trip we haven't had any creepy bug incidents or anything. My 2 flights to get me to London were both delayed. One because it was struck by lighting. Yikes! But me and the one guy from bagdad i sat beside had a really cool chat about the oil and as in Africa, learning lots, then we had a few cheeky drinks and went straight to sleep. So we got ...