Sandies Mapenzi Beach Club
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... for us, “she is closed on weekends, and if you don’t come before 10am, she typically runs out”.
So after our trip to Nungwe, we returned to Stone Town on a weekday and in the hour we had before our ferry, this was our last chance to sample the “Best Zanzibar Mix”! It was already 10.10am so our chances were slim based on what we had heard - but we were up for the challenge and ran in search for the ...
... this and a bus to take us to the boat. We ended up being picked up by the boat at 930 with a promised journey to the island of an hour and 20 mins. We found out while waiting that at least one other woman would be joining us. Feeling a bit ********e by as we had paid more then the lowest price we had manage to barter to ensure the trip happened due to no one else doing at the time. Vikki had a quick chat with the guy at the desk, who seemed like a really sound guy ...
... Place of Lodging: Sunnyside was the best guesthouse in Sri Lanka, but the best place of the month was probably Desert Retreat Camp in the Wahaiba Sands in Oman.
Best Airport: KLIA, I guess, though it wasn’t a great month for airports. Doha and Muscat are both in the middle of construction upgrades, they’ll both be much better shortly.
And finally, lessons we’ve learned:
Don’t order two rice and curries in ...
Zanzibar....let's just say that if we died here we would already be in heaven. We considered shacking up with the all too keen locals and living a life of sarongs and sunsets. And cocktails. To make you all jealous we'll give you a day by day run down. Day one, Friday the 21st. We arrived safely despite the dodgy looking planes, and were surprised by the heat and humidity. We were expecting our hotel to be relatively nice, but not this nice. We were greeted with warm ...
To do tours around Zanzibar Island is really pretty expensive. Tourists being robbed for sure but probably that's how the island survives. And if you follow my posts you will understand how they probably fixed the electricity issue after 3 months disappearance :). But how bad would it be to live in the island and not to explore it? And also when I say to love in the island I mean it. And actually today while I was talking with girl from South Africa and she said "... And as ...