Evergreen Bungalows

Address: Evergreen, Bwejuu, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, 483, Tanzania | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Evergreen, Bwejuu, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Bwejuu

    The Beach at the Breezes

    A travel blog entry by rena_alpine55 on Mar 10, 2015

    6 photos

    ... her son, Sebastian, 19 yrs old, who was very nice & made us miss our 19 yr old, Seany Boy!! They lived 1000 km north of Oslo, so we had some cold weather stories in common. Sebastian wants to be an actor & Anne is a Dr who would like to do some volunteering in Africa. They had some African singers & dancers for entertainment both nights, but at best, we could say they were forgettable. Chris & I walked north on ...

    We arrive on Zanzibar!

    A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Aug 23, 2014

    6 photos

    ... so I was happy with anything. After lunch (which was supplied!?) we caught a mini van to join a spice tour. I didn't have high expectations after the one we had been to in India, but I was pleasantly surprised! The guide took us around the local communities fruit and spice plantations and explained which each thing was. We were even given samples of each spice which we placed in banana leaf cones they made for us. Later in the tour we watched as ...

    If you like piña coladas...

    A travel blog entry by sarahvale on Feb 26, 2014

    4 comments, 13 photos

    ... wrists, neck and ankles, and hold them here until they were taken up to be sold. Many died because of the lack of air, cramped conditions, overheating, starvation and dehydration. There was also an original chain down there which was pretty confronting. It's scary to think how humans once treated each other. Continuing our tour of the town, the influence of different cultures such as the Portuguese, Arabic and Indian as well as the local culture is seen through ...

    Locals, transport and the school

    A travel blog entry by camomile on Oct 11, 2013

    5 photos

    ... people here believe in many things. In mobile clinic the was a boy, doctors thought it was malaria and blood sugar, but while in the tent laying on the table he got epilepsy and than the treatment had been stopped for him. That happened because they believe that that boy has some kind of magic. That it doesn't need to be cured. And in these situations you just see how different are the cultures. You can think this is just a stories, but when you really experience that than it ...

    A touch of class

    A travel blog entry by katemoloney88 on Jun 02, 2013

    5 photos

    ... to have the chef come to our room and discuss the menu. They really went out of their way to make us feel special and we would highly recommend this place to anyone. The first day in stone town we had a walking town tour and the spice tour. The town tour involved 3 hours of walking around the main parts and learning about the history, which is linked mainly to the country of Oman. The spice tour was very interesting, where we got a tour of a plantation growing local fruits and ...