Coco De Mer Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCoco De Mer Hotel Stone Town
A basic hotel. An excellent location but not a great place to stay. Very budget friendly.
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Valentine's Day in Tanzania. And Gorge Bush arrives Saturday with a committee of 300. There is a sign on the street welcoming him but it seems to be only one.
Up at 6:00 for breakfast and then caught the ferry by pretending we had to get to the airport to catch a plane. We had left the truck and were packed into a small city bus. Now …
Day 21- Arusha to Zanzibar
After a lie in we had a huge brilliant breakfast and a few of us went to the Masai Market attached to the camp site. There were about 20 traditional (if not a little larger) Masai style houses filled with tourist delights. The Masai women running it were really lovely.
We played a bit of Monopoly deal to kill some time as our flight had been delayed then me and the Kiwis decided to check out the Masai Museum (this Snake Park camp ...
... Then we drank the and relaxed the rest if the day away, ending with a beautiful sunset. I swear one of these nights it will set behind the horizon, not the clouds. We had a lovely African dinner tonight outside, with a BBQ and singing and dancing, there was even the chance to have a snake wrapped around me. I didn't quite fancy that, mum fancied it even less as she ran away. Then time for more sleeping ...
... by a local who had a British teacher from Southern London teach him English. What a cool accent and quips that were very British! Zanzibar is heavily influenced by the Middle East due to trading of spices and slaves. 90% of the people are Muslim so the 60 minaret towers announce prayers throughout the days. A man’s front door told everyone of his occupation by looking at the carvings—cloves and nutmeg indicated he was a trader ...
... 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 ...