Coral Rock Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCoral Rock Hotel Jambiani
If u are in Zanzibar, take afford to stay at Jambiani, Coral Rocks Hotel for some nights, it's worth every penny! nice bungalows next to the beach, awsome food, pool ( for the low tide,- cuz it gets VERY LOW if u fancy 20 min walking for a cooldown), free internet, free watersports activitys!
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... had to show passports and go through luggage scanning but it was really basic and you could really bring almost anything.
Stone town is great, I love the place. There is a rabbit warren of alleyways with markets everywhere and they sell MEAT on a STICK. I had lunch, had a laugh and a joke with the old women and bought a couple of t shirts. ( yours is sooo fashionable Boy) It doesn't get better than this.
Last night a few of us went out for drinks and a ...
We took it easy today - jet lag wasn't too bad. We woke up pretty early after going to bed early and had a great breakfast at the hotel restaurant. After a walk on the beach we went for a swim. After lunch we had a long nap, another swim and then a late dinner.
There has been a nice breeze off the ocean so it tends to moderate the heat.
... 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 ...
... type area where you sit on the floor surrounded by cushions. It was just magical really. We sat and watched the sunset......well it was cloudy.....we watched the city go dark and listened to the call to prayer echoing across Stonetown. The food was delicious...a set menu of three courses.......mostly seafood. My weary eyes were drooping again and so we headed home....successfully negotiating the maze of streets. Night night.....Salamalala....good ...
... to what must be a mosque, before entering a no-mans-land of low coastal scrub before arriving at "our" village.
We stop here to drop off Bonnie's bag for repair at the village boot makers, but it ends up as a while you (we all) wait job, about 20 minutes.
The village is pretty basic, concrete block buildings in crooked streets, not busy, and not too picturesque. We thread our way down narrow lanes to our accommodation, Amaani Bungalows in Nungwi, ...