Andy's Karibuni Romantic Garden

Address: East coast, Bwejuu, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bwejuu

Stone Town to Bweeju Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by analegge on Jun 26, 2015

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Before our taxi to Bwejuu we walked over to the local market but saw K and J on their way back who suggested not going in to either the fish or meat markets so we didn't. And glad of that too as the smells emanating were quite something but looked through the fruit and veg colorful arrays before heading back to the hotel for our ...


A travel blog entry by missmaddierue on Jul 05, 2014

46 photos

... weirdly tart. It was delicious!

After the spice tour our guide drove us to the northern beach where we had a late lunch and then relaxed on one of the prettiest beaches I've ever seen. Campbell and I even got in on a little beach volleyball! The water in Zanzibar was gorgeous, and there were actually quite a few people (honeymooners, I think) on the beach.

Then, our guide drove us back to our hotel/hostel where we showered and then went out to dinner ...

Narrow Streets and Ornate Doors

A travel blog entry by nomadictendency on Feb 21, 2014

2 comments, 25 photos

... the population of mainland Tanzania is not. The island of Zanzibar even has a different president (Ali Mohamed Shein) from the rest of Tanzania (Jakaya Kikwete).

Stone Town is a place like no other. It is medieval in its setup, with narrow, maze-like streets that are easy to get lost in. The famous doors are also quite beautiful. The doors with squares are considered Muslim doors; whereas the ones ...

Dar es Salaam and relaxing on Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Sep 17, 2013

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... look, and see a fair representation of animals on the way through. At the end of the park there is a large roadside market, with mainly tomatoes in buckets, and a lot of rejects scattered in the bush. There are a lot of roadside displays of basket ware as well as tomatoes.

Closer to the coast, we pass between massive mountains at the regional centre of Morogoro, where it is greener and more humid. There are large sisal plantations on either side of the road, and ...

The Rock

A travel blog entry by ablo on Aug 22, 2013

... form roof. Ate at Sambusa Two Tables restaurant which A's friend had recommended which was the weirdest dining experience ever! We basically sat in this guy's front room and his children sang to us. No other diners appeared and although he brought out lots of courses, it wasn't the cheap, delicious fare the guidebook raved about. Nevertheless all pretty ...