Dhow Palace Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... running out of time since they had to take a ferry back to Dar es Salaam at 12.30, however, there was still one place calling our attention, Old Slave Market, which used to be run on the site of today´s Cathedral of Christ (Zanzibar Anglican church). After paying the entrance fee of TZS 6,000 per person we were also allowed to visit the Slave Chambers located in a building across the courtyard (today´s St. Monica´s Hotel).
The slave trade was initiated in Zanzibar ...
... over top. Thre were parts where the water temperature dropped or rose drastically which was cool. We snorkelled for just over an hour and we could see most people were back in the boat so we headed back but swam a bit longer while waiting. All around it was good snorkelling the only down side was my waterproof camera started to take on water in the lens part which was never happened before. You could tell it was salty water and condensation. Maybe the white water rafting was ...
... ready, but no one needed them.
The ferry lands in "Stone Town", the old part of Zanzibar City that is defined by narrow streets, few cars, and buildings built with coral rocks, hence the name. On shore, we experienced an aspect of Zanzibari autonomy: immigration checks without leaving the country. After settling in to the very nice Chavda Hotel and a yummy lunch at Archipelago, Nancy and ...
... of years.
At Ocean Paradise Resort Zanzibar, you will be greeted by a blaze of colour as you sweep down the imposing driveway, saluted by a Masai warrior as you pass through the entrance gate and be captivated as you arrive in reception and look out over the resort and the azure blue sea. Mature coconut palms swinging in the breeze, white ...