Bagamoyo Beach Resort

Bagamoyo, Tanzania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bagamoyo

Travellers Lodge, Bagamoyo

A travel blog entry by barbikewley on Jun 17, 2014

3 comments, 4 photos

... here in Tanzania. It is very nice, but the ablutions do not have hot water so that is blow, but we do have electricity.We went to town to have a look as we wondered if we should spend one or two nights here, but after a look at the town we have decided definitely only one night.We are eating Fiona's pre-cooked meal tonight. Thanks, Fi. We shall drink a Toast to you and Jeremy.

Locals, transport and the school

A travel blog entry by camomile on Oct 11, 2013

5 photos

... this I guess doesn't happen often. There had been some not very nice things with people who threw acid bombs to tourists but with all my heart I hope we won't appear in their way or they in ours. Such a disappointment to have such an angry and bad people in such an amazing place as Zanzibar. Also they have much more people. We are meeting so many locals. Just all the time everywhere. Mostly they are friendly and nice; when we were volunteering in mobile clinic we met so ...

A dhow ride to the spice island of Zanzibar.

A travel blog entry by matt746 on Sep 05, 2013

... yet inclusion.

Back to the storey I soon arrived in Bagamoyo and found my way to the old quarter. Here wandering amongst the crumbling ruins of buildings never designed to last centuries the people are left to renovate the cracked walls and collapsed ceilings as best they can as its against the law to either tear down the buildings or let them fall down around you.

Bagamoyo seems to have three main sections of the economy. The first is fishing that is ...


A travel blog entry by tracey-david on Jul 08, 2013

44 photos

... same as anywhere else, although it takes a little while before I see that. The roads are hard sand and there is no demarcation line that separates streets and private property. The property system in Tanzania works on a crown lease type of arrangement. On returning to Kisampa, we discussed what we had seen and what we believed might be of use to the community. We will meet with the committee again today (Tuesday) to glean their thoughts and want ...

Bagamoyo History Day

A travel blog entry by wanderlust-2013 on Jul 01, 2013

10 photos

... did it so fast. Everyone on the bus got to taste fresh coconut juice.

The orphanage wasn't opened at the time we tried to stop. So along the way to see crocodiles we noticed a class of students walking nearby. We decided to stop and distribute some of the candy we had purchased. They were 5th graders on a field trip from Dodoma. Father Mark was slipping some candy behind his back and the kids were laughing at him. After we ...