Arabian Nights Hotel
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Greetings all from Zanzibar airport! This is the last entry in this blog, for I am now leaving Tanzania for new and exciting things ... but more of that later. For now, I hope you enjoy reading about my time in Zanzibar, featuring seahorses, Masai warriors and dolphins. We - myself, Dani and Alex - started our stay on the Island in Fumba, at a beautiful hotel with fabulous rooms (which opened out on to the beach), delicious food and ...
... and were originally owned by early Scottish and English business men. Sunday we we took a trip to Kaapsehoep this was beautiful it was an old gold mining town and the wrought iron on the houses which was exquisite we also treated ourselves to afternoon tea with freshly cooked scones - very civilised. Early start Monday and a long drive to Sodwana bay it was an interesting drive as we took a short cut through a small game reserve which knocked 80km off the travelling time and a ...
... shops and bazaars. A striking feature of many houses is the brass-studded doors with their elaborately carved frames. We are not hassled as we walk through the streets by shop owners wanting to sell souvenirs, and its a welcoming surprise. Its H.O.T. in Stone Town, and since its a Muslim town, I am covered from head to toe, melting from the midday sun. After walking for a while we need to escape the heat, so find a beach side cafe for some lunch before ...
... not overly exciting. The Lodge is a backpackers place and has a relaxed vibe. We are very pleasantly surprised with the standard, we have out own hut with en suite, warm shower and double bed with mosquito netting. Its lunch time so we head out to the outside communal area, cozy seating around a bar with our feet in the sand, very charming. Above the bar are two Norwegian flags, hmmm, Bradt said this place was owned by a Swedish couple, I guess he got confused! A large ...
... li>Pole pole = Slowly (step by step)Stone Town
- Zanzibar´s Stone Town is the largest settlement of its kind in the world, and has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
- There are over 1,000 coral “stone” buildings having architectural significance, and more than 200 carved doors.
- Stone Town is very much alive with busy, narrow streets, linking homes, shops, workshops, ad schools. In the afternoon, ...