Mbuyuni Beach Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... problems as you cant buy from each stall! had amazing seafood, sugarcane juice and speciality 'Zanzibar pizza' from a man called mr Nutella. There are lots if wild cats on Zanz and they all know where the fish market and they surround you in large numbers. Even got scratched as I pushed one away! Also there are lots of children trying to get some food off you. 23rd headed off for a spice tour on spice plantation. Tried many spices and fruits fresh. all ...
... was no beach. The water came up to the base of the steps that went down the cliff face. Also, there were bugs that came into the room at night and a dripping shower that wet the floor in the bathroom. Bug spray mostly took care of the night time bug issue but after a couple days we decided to move to the Cristal Hotel which was in Paje, had a beautiful beach and was closer to the action.
We went on a snorkeling/scuba adventure off the ...
... up to get ready in 20 minutes and go ton party. There was no mood and no energy but somehow we got ready in 30 minutes and left the house for Saturday night out! The great thing was that Alex (Darata's new friend) picked us up, so I could wear my short dress and don't worry about any public transport and unnecessary looks. We picked few other guys on the way and I had fun sitting in the back learning new words in Swahili! And though I already know a lot! If I want something ...
Day 39 We were escorted in the morning by a very helpful Malawian man that we'd met on the bus to the ferry that would take us to South Beach. Our new home is called Kipepeo, meaning 'Butterfly' in Swahili. It's around 7am when we arrive, exhausted due to the lack of sleep. We have an expensive breakfast, the only option, and set up camp before the swim in the crystal clear water. Turquoise water and the purest white sand, powder soft, blue skies with bright white clouds. The ...
... Jenny), two who are friends from polo out visiting one of their cousins who lives in Arusha and is married to a local Maasai. They were on the same flight as us to Kilimanjaro airport the following day and we were able to share a taxi. After hiking Kilimanjaro I plan to head to with Karah’s husband Onesmo to his village to learn about the Maasai culture and spend a couple days ...