Andy's Karibuni Romantic Garden

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

The Beach at the Breezes

A travel blog entry by rena_alpine55 on Mar 10, 2015

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After a great sleep each night in our air-conditioned rooms, these next two days consisted of swimming in either the pool or ocean, eating, napping, eating, suntanning, & eating again. It's quite a well run resort, but it seemed we were paying lots for drinks, food, tea, etc but we had been spoiled by all the other places where we were on a 'full board" package. We feel kind of guilty eating so much when many Africans are hungry ...

Barberton to see Bev and family

A travel blog entry by nikkicredfern on Oct 30, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... it is "a left here a right there round a bend then another over the robots and so it continues until you are even more confused than before. Eventually we descended out of the fog and at about 3 o clock managed to find a very nice lunch stop phew. Major domestic blow out was averted and Nick scoring brownie points back again. One was for being nicely colour co ordinate which is a very rare thing for him ha ha. ... We finally arrived at Waterford Manor which is a beautiful B&B ...

The Old Slave Market in Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by zoeandnick on Feb 09, 2014

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Zanzibar has a fascinating and brutal history, and played a crucial role in the trade of spices and slaves. An Anglican cathedral now stands where the old slave market once was, but you can still see the cells where slaves were kept and take a guided tour around the site.

It was horrific to see the underground rooms where hundreds of slaves were imprisoned with no sanitation. The young and sick were often killed, and many died due to the appalling conditions. But what ...

Stone Town

A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen on Aug 21, 2013

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... br> I had gotten contact information of a guest house from a fellow traveler. Chollo, whose family owns the guest house kindly met us at the ferry and walked us the 10 minutes to it while giving us a quick tour. Later that afternoon he met up with us again and gave us a great in depth tour. He had grown up in Stone Town so we were stopping every couple minutes to say hello to a friend which was cool.

Favorite parts of stone town in a ...

Day 22 - Dar Es Salaam to Stone Town

A travel blog entry by fry81 on Jul 09, 2013

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... drinks at Freddy Mercurys bar. The sunset over the beach was amazing. There were around 30 guys playing soccer on the beach in front of us. Was a very serious game. After drinks we headed for dinner at the night markets. So many stalls with so much food. I gorged myself on beef samosas and chicken on a stick and finished with dessert of Nutella and banana pizza. Was a great experience but left feeling very full and ...