Paradise Beach Bungalows

Paje, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | Campground
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    Travel Blogs from Paje

    The Rock

    A travel blog entry by linziprytz on Mar 11, 2014

    4 photos

    ... upon a lonely coral rock in the shallow waters on a deserted white sandy beach. A picture perfect place at high tide to capture the sunset. Its a 20 minute drive, and on the way we pass lodge after lodge after lodge. This is the busier part of Zanzibar, but the restaurant is located a good 5 minutes drive north of the last lodge on the beach and has an isolated feel. We wade through the shallow waters and up the rickety wooden ladder to a very fine restaurant with a ...

    Locals, transport and the school

    A travel blog entry by camomile on Oct 11, 2013

    5 photos

    ... important creatures are men. If you are in transport you have to give a seat, usually men will always goes through door first, or just walk first in general. They will make you pay for their transportation or their drinks at bar. All the people here finds a way how to use you. All of them (as I mentioned before ) sees you as a walking bill. But this is how the things work here and as it is hard to understand for us; itis totally normal for them. For example when we went for ...

    Dar es Salaam and relaxing on Zanzibar

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Sep 17, 2013

    139 photos

    ... for walking in the tropics, and it was stinking hot. At the shop, a young local with a bike and a handlebar basket full of soft drink bottles was trying to talk us into a tour to take in the "local customs". We replied that eating Mopani Worm is custom enough, but they weren't familiar with it, so Murray had to draw a picture of it.

    We looked like getting lost in the wasteland, which couldn’t be more different from the beach resorts, with rubbish ...


    A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Aug 31, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... It's now 1715hrs. Follow me. He asks if I'm been through immigration. Not entirely telling the truth advise that immigration told me I don't need to go through immigration as I'm going to Zanzibar and that you'll take me directly to the aircraft. Ahem. That's what they sort of said. Isn't it?

    Follow me he says. In that laid back African drawl. Which is really annoying as I'm pumped up with adrenalin and buzzing and can't be doing laid back right now. I want ...


    A travel blog entry by h2oz on Oct 25, 2012

    5 photos

    ... so most of the town is closed down for the festival. The men are wearing their white robes and women all dressed in their colourful best.

    We have a coach to take us north to the top of the island to the beach and much needed R&R.

    As we get near to where we are staying I am again surprised at the amount of poverty so close to a tourist area. The locals obviously don't diversify and take advantage of 'wealth' of the tourists.