Lazy Lagoon

Address: 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

      Day 75: back to that bloody bus

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Oct 17, 2014

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      ... permanently waiting for her behind every corner. Zoe and I seemed to do a good job of keeping her amused. I have discovered I'm quite good at amusing children and complete thickos which I think says a lot about my style of humour. Zoe also likes it. But I think she has to...poor girl. Zoe: One last swim in the Indian Ocean this morning. Then we drove back to Stone Town to catch the ferry back to the mainland, Dar Es Salaam. Then we jumped on our bus back ...

      Another week, another public holiday!

      A travel blog entry by tweetygirl on Aug 08, 2014

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      ... the high tide to come in and ship his body to Zanzibar. Our last stop for the day was to the Kaole Ruins about 5 km south of Bagamoyo, the Kaole Ruins with remnants of two mosques and a couple of tombs can be dated back to the 13th century, showing the importance of Islam in those early Bagamoyo times. It was a very full on but very interesting day for sure! This week I taught my first solo English lesson at school which was a bit nerve racking as the teachers disappeared and ...

      Long day of travel

      A travel blog entry by nannakez on Sep 24, 2013

      4 comments, 15 photos

      ... round. The walk to and from the orphanage was also amazing....children running out shouting mzungo. Saying hello, how are you, I'm fine thank you!! I've already mentioned what big hearts Joyce and the men have.......Samwel, Adams, Ibrahim and now Alfred. If we can raise the money to get them started on the school building, at some stage in the future they will be able to determine their own destiny. To be continued.......... It's now after midnight in Dubai and we are ...

      A dhow ride to the spice island of Zanzibar.

      A travel blog entry by matt746 on Sep 05, 2013

      ... arrival at Mwenge bus station I was confronted by the true realism of local transport. The chaotic mess of busses and people were a true reflection upon the mentality of just "making do". With no signs or way of finding your way to the right bus all your hopes rest on the individual bus conductors calling out the destinations name. The busses stack themselves in semi organised queues and once your find the right stack you are relatively good to go. There is the added issue ...

      Tanya's blog

      A travel blog entry by lorrikk on Jul 28, 2013

      ... trip for the rest of my life for reminders on what is important in life. I remember the first time we met Anna, and the warm welcome she gave each of us. She was only the first of many that touched our lives. The first night at Kange centre when we met the students and exchanged stories and sang our national anthems to each other was one of the many moments that made me stop and pinch myself. The very first time we went to visit a school, my ...