Changuu Private Island Paradise

Prison Island, Stone Town, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, 3604, Tanzania | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Stone Town

    Zanzibar - time for relaxation

    A travel blog entry by amakela on Sep 03, 2014

    9 photos

    ... market that starts around 5 and goes until 11:30 pm. You walk in and people are so excited to show you what they have/make you eat their concoctions of kebabs, falafels, fish, local version of pizza, etc etc. I got a pizza which was called a vegetarian with mozzarella which when I saw him prepare it, it included some veges, mayonnaise, laughing cow cheese and an egg. It was alright to be honest. Some of the group ...

    White sand, turquoise water and lots of character

    A travel blog entry by lottieuganda on Jul 02, 2014

    ... originally all been white wash and you could tell which were privately owned (mostly hotels) as they were beautifully refurbished and looked stunning, while the rest, owned by the government, had not been seen to in many many years, though that didn't matter I don't think, it added to the charm of the town. As we continued to walk we came across many stunning carved doors, these were generally of Arab or Indian design and mostly well kept, though I was a shame to ...

    Jambo, Jambo Bwana

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Mar 04, 2014

    1 comment, 40 photos

    ... heyday. The Omanis actually settled Stone Town, and made it the seat of their sultanate for a time. The architecture reflects a distinctly Arab influence, and the narrow, winding alleys of the town reminded me of Morocco rather than Europe. The dress of people in Stone Town also reminded me of an Arab city. Also due to the influence of Arab traders and the Sultanate of Oman, 99 percent of Zanzibaris are Muslim, and Stone Town is quite conservative. (Nungwi, ...


    A travel blog entry by adandoonagh on Jan 27, 2014

    10 photos

    ... us to chill for a few days. Head down to the beach and see some of the local lads having a kick about, good job I have a bad ankle. Oonagh Yeah, if it wasn't for his dodgy ankle I'm sure he would be 'schooling' these lads on how to really play the game?! Dar Es Salam was an experience for sure, the ridiculous traffic (a 10 hour journey turned into a 14 hour trip in the stinking heat), watching the street vendors by the road side, the countless ...

    The school

    A travel blog entry by camomile on Nov 11, 2013

    7 photos

    ... like a brighter and lighter place to be! Much better environment for children! But actually all these kids they are like little grown ups. When they look at you and smile you can't believe they are so young so once you are in the class you don't know where to start. You just want to give them childhood they deserved without skipping this wonderful period of their lives, as they will always be able to be grown ups. But here what they do is (because teachers taught them ...