Bagamoyo Beach Resort

Address: Bagamoyo, Tanzania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bagamoyo

Day 75: back to that bloody bus

A travel blog entry by tautological on Oct 17, 2014

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... cleaned whilst we were away so it was pleasing to wear something that wasn't made out of mud cemented together with sweat. We were in the same place as we were before we left so we could have a quick go in their swimming pool and entertain the owners 8 year old daughter. It is very easy to entertain a girl who spends most of her life either trying to talk to Swahili girls half her age but twice her size or trying to avoid being kidnapped by Somalian pirates ...


A travel blog entry by keithandkim on Feb 21, 2014

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... the bartering powers of Kim, as I simply can not be bothered and hate the bartering games. We had a wonderful day in the magic streets of historical town, including a sobering stop at the old Slave market stables. This is where they kept the slaves for a couple days before they were auctioned off. It was horrible to see the old chambers where so many slaves were kept and held in horrible conditions. The place is haunting and truly a must see for any visitors, as it ...

Locals, transport and the school

A travel blog entry by camomile on Oct 11, 2013

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As I mentioned before white people here are called MZNGUS. That's a real fun name they do even sell a black T-shirts with this name on it. But no, we didn't get those yet and I doubt we will :) Anyway we do really feel like MZNGUS here. Whenever we go we get so many eyes on us. Especially when we are in dala-dala (local transport) oh, than it's really fun. An awkward. Few days ago with girls we were going home from beach and we had to catch the dala-dala. We stopped one but it ...

A dhow ride to the spice island of Zanzibar.

A travel blog entry by matt746 on Sep 05, 2013

After my remarkable return to a fully fledged Australian passport holder I was once more free of Dar Es Salaam and its limited sights. My local guides were true to their word and were waiting outside my hotel in the morning. Now I knew not to push my luck with these two and after a calmer head overnight I settled on the idea of them only getting me as far as the bus station heading north out of town as this is slightly more challenging then the normal main bus terminal.

White sandy shores

A travel blog entry by missbridgee on Aug 29, 2013

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... with private beach and a Masai warrior guards. We were under strict instructions that the camp ground was safe and outside of that was not and that we would be held up with machetes...very reassuring. After setting up camp on the beach, I had my first beach swim, pretty beautiful and warm. We tried a BBQ seafood dinner and had conyaji cocktails by the beach so nice. The only slightly bad thing was the salt water showers..but still better than ...