Dhow Palace Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... that appeared to actively try and knock pedestrians down as they were walking. Thankfully we got there in one piece, we were looking forward to Zanzibar the next morning. After an early breakfast our tuk tuks arrive to transport us to 'The Spirit of Zanzibar' ferry that will take us the hour long journey to the island of Zanzibar. This place is steeped in history but for now we are more excited to head to the other side of the island, to the ...
... but more like bread , I don't know ) and soup. I took only soup as those chapaties they are so fat because of all the oil they are cooked on. While waiting for breakfast I counted flies in the place. Next to me was a Masai guy eating meat and around him, on him and his table was around 100 flies, but in the whole room 1000 times more! Yak! After few minutes my new Masai friend Pita also entered the place for breakfast and was great to see him! After my unlucky breakfast he shared ...
... the world - Zanzibar was gifted a giant tortoise. The amazing thing is that this tortoise is still alive today aged 187 years old! The island now has about 100 giant tortoises with a good breeding program. Just out from prison island we went snorkelling. It's been a few years since our last snorkel (Dahab, Egypt Dec 2009) so although we didn't see too many fish it was good to see a few bright colourful fish. We got to spend three nights at a resort near the northern tip ...
... bones. First stop though is the fish market. Graham and Lynne had said it was quite an experience and that should we go, we would be thankful of wearing closed shoes. Correct on both counts. There is a strip of merchant stalls selling the most impressive sea shells. One of these guys unpack shells in order of wow-factor and the last is a kind of spiney affair which looks very delicate, beautiful. It almost sways my resolve of not purchasing shells here. Apparently the ...