Blue Oyster Hotel
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... we had been looking for no longer existed. We finally decided to go to the Zanzest Resort down in Jambiani, a bit further down the beach than Paje.
Zanzest Resort was owned and operated by a young Italian couple and their Mamas were guests while we were there. The food was excellent and the service was good and the price was right. It was quaint and quiet, but the beach was not the best. At low tide it was somewhat rocky and at high ...
... hearing "Jambo" (Swahili for hello) and plenty of smiles from locals going about their daily routine.
Prevented from going inside the "House of Wonders" by a wisened old bloke sitting on a ubiquitous white plastic chair. Closed for refurb though judging by the state of things it's a wonder it's still standing. Built in the 19th Century it was the first building to have electricity and a lift. ...
... it might be a little sketchy but wound up being perfect.
We spent two nights at the lodge that was right on the beach. Each morning I awoke to great sunrises, breakfasts with fresh juice (an avocado/lime blend was my favorite), watched the tide head out and come back, hike around and swim.
We also became friends with a group of three American’s (Karah, ...
... in the bar, then moved to the sand where there was a pool table. There were five guys in total and we took some great pictures on the beach, attempting handstands and acrobatics. When the sun began to set, we wandered down the beach to my old hotel and found the Swiss girls. They joined us for a beer and a walk to the next hotel, Kwenda Rocks which had a bonfire going. So I sat by the fire ...
Just kidding....but I may have chosen to stay at Kendwa Rocks because it sounds like Kendra Rocks ;)
Basically, we wanted to get to the beach, and heading to the north part of the island was the best way to get out of the city...and is close to some great diving. The area of Kendwa is mostly a concentration of hotels and bungalows and doesn't actually have a central town ...