Lazy Lagoon

2km from the mainland on a private island, Bagamoyo, Tanzania | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 2km from the mainland on a private island, Bagamoyo.
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    Travel Blogs from Bagamoyo

    An introduction to my new home

    A travel blog entry by tweetygirl on Jun 11, 2014

    41 photos

    Thought I would use this blog post to introduce you to my home ... I am living in Kurasini, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania ( Kilwa road) on the Salvation Army compound called Mgulani. The compound houses The Salvation Army Territory Headquarters for the Tanzanian Territory, The Salvation Army Training College where they train people to be Salvation Army Officers ( ministers of the church) the local Corps (church), Matumaini special needs boarding ...

    Travel in Tanzania

    A travel blog entry by jane-on-tour on Nov 29, 2013


    A whistle-stop entry about our time so far in Tanzania.

    We drove over the border from malawi, paid $50 for a visa, which was effortless, but then had to spend an hour completing paperwork for the car and being inspected by the police about the car too.

    Once we were through we drove through no-mans-land of about 1km or tankers queuing to go through the border, people sitting in the road, selling street food etc. It was chaos, ...

    A dhow ride to the spice island of Zanzibar.

    A travel blog entry by matt746 on Sep 05, 2013

    ... staple for surviving. The next is art, be it song, dance, painting or sculpture. The final is a limited tourism market which barley props up the large supply or artists. I found a cool little gallery in the back alleyways where the raster culture is very strong and spent an hour talking to a local artist in his back garden/studio about his art as he made some new picture frames.

    After my morning interlude I wandered next door for a lunch is a small restaurant ...

    The loss and the return of my passport.

    A travel blog entry by matt746 on Sep 04, 2013

    ... that his wife would never forgive him for the loss and that she would think he had removed it to be with another woman. Daniel said have faith and with one hand placed his hand the sand and found the ring.

    Now both these stories should be read with a grain of salt, but what stories they are. Both Daniel and Nathan are devout Christians and they do everything in their power to help others. Needles to say I ended up buying a painting for an overpriced sum but ...

    Gridlock

    A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Sep 03, 2013

    7 photos

    ... catch of the day. A boat is a few yards out from the beach chucking yellow plastic containers into the sea. These are then collected by locals who race up the beach and deposit them at a lorry for onward distribution. It’s cooking oil from Zanzibar.

    Lunch at a beach resort and told it will be two minutes for the buffet to be laid out. It takes 1hr. And then it’s stone cold. Ridiculous. It’s one redeeming ...