Dhow Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Sex before breakfast. Shared taxi to Stone Town Check into hotel - AWESOME PLACE with 3 king size beds. we have a whole suite to ourselves for only 90$. Well done Oli Buy ferry tickets - 3 ticket offices for same company. Dodgy but we succeed Buy souvenirs and change money. Check out food market, persian baths and slave market with slave chambers. …
It was hard to say goodbye to our many new friends and traveling companions. We have dates to see many of them again and one couple is also spending time in Zanzibar so we will travel to and from the airport together and hopefully connect while there. Short flight, only 35 minutes to Stone Town which is the commercial centre of Tanszania on the island of Zanzibar. We are staying in an old (refurbished in the early 1900s!) elegant hotel on the ocean. We arranged a ...
... At first it was easy they just show with hands where to go and you just go and then you ask again. Also I should mention that streets in Stone Town reminds labyrinth, and I had never seen nothing like this before. So when we asked again one old man he have directions that it is just around the corner and suddenly his son appeared from nowhere. With eyes like lion: hungry, angry, sneaky. He said that his father gave us a wrong directions so he will lead us to the ...
... herself as the Kenyan Nicki Minaj. We later found out that she had a fierce rivalry with the female owner of another bar that we favoured. The Mozambican lady told us that the Kenyan Nicki Minaj imposter was actually a trouble-making prostitute. Not hard to believe at all.
It was the first time that I'd seen groups of mzungus (white people) in East Africa. Parts of Zanzibar are resort heaven, with luxurious hotels invading the beautiful beaches. In Kenya, I’d been welcomed ...
Hello from Zanzibar, an island known for it's spices, white sand beaches, and dark, yet interesting history. We spent the first three days sitting on a beach, having cocktails, reading, playing cards, and snorkeling. It was a very nice break from sitting on a truck and cooking. Aside from Denny being naive to the dangers of sea urchins & low tide, leading to interesting ...