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 ...
... on fast with your dreams
If you know what we mean
And with the two of you
We’ll be always travelling on.
Movement 7 Jambo
Jambo, Jambo bwana, Hi, hi sir
Habari gani, Mzuri sana. How are you? Well thank you,
Wageni wetu, You are most welcome
Mwakaribishwa, Visitors are ...
... 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 ...
... according to money issue (or not really issue) it's very nice to check charters especially from Brussels (to Zanzibar) when you can find return flights for 350$. So that's a really amazing deal and if you are looking for flights here some time than just keep it in mind. Also +50$ Tanzania visa, +50$ leaving Tanzania fee ) usually it's in the ticket back). The experience here was amazing anyways.. Though it's not that nice to realize that someone in the ...
... and Pier freshened up Jacqui and I went to Africa House for sunset drinks as Jacqui had missed out last time we went there. Sunset was a bit of a fizzer and the place was packed with Italian and Spanish package tourists! They're all over the place. Apparently they have three direct flights from Italy a week. We then wandered down along the sea front where they have a food market every night. The touts are out in force to get you to order from them. ...