Mama Mapambo Hotel

Jambiani, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Jambiani

A restful day

A travel blog entry by larry.phillips


We took it easy today - jet lag wasn't too bad. We woke up pretty early after going to bed early and had a great breakfast at the hotel restaurant. After a walk on the beach we went for a swim. After lunch we had a long nap, another swim and then a late dinner.

There has been a nice breeze off the ocean so it tends to moderate the heat.

Zanzibar - day 42 to 45

A travel blog entry by africaadventure


... once white paint or grey concrete is now blackened with age. Walls that are sagging and tilting and looking ready to fall over are propped up with long wooden poles. Staircases are rickety. Door frames are rotting. Paint is peeling. Stone work is crumbling. All this, in the most spectacular way. The detail in the carved wooden doors, the beauty of the brooky lace, the decorative wood worked panels and the intricacy of the metal work all make for such a lot to absorb and too ...


A travel blog entry by christine_n_den


... YUM! Christine also managed to buy quite a bit of African clothing and with her rapidly blonding hair and pink skin is starting to look like quite the local!

We set off for a camp beside the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro for a couple days before setting off on a game drive in the Serengetti and Ngororo Crater National Parks!


Denny and ...

Journey to kendwa rocks

A travel blog entry by chloelanz

... the buses speed and thus the wind coming through the sun roofs ability to cool our sweaty bodies, thus turning the interior of the little mini bus into an oven. We paid for our accomodation at the front desk but had to wait a further two hours before we could check in as our bungalow was not ready so we went down to the beach and had probably the most thirst quenching fanta that I have ever had. The contrast of the of the water on the beach is ...

The Spice Island

A travel blog entry by richardhawke


... Sultans who ran the place for 500 years (before the British bombarded the **** out of them from the sea for their continued slave trading after it was abolished). On day three we went on an organised 'spice tour' just out of Stone Town to see how they grow all this stuff and also saw some more old 'Sultan type' buildings and ruins. Next day, North to the beaches. We spent two nights staying in a run down beach front Bungalow in the North of the island, not doing a lot other ...


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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding