Mbuyuni Beach Village
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Sunset Beach, Kendwa, Zanzibar
We did a spice tour in the morning on the way here. It was just a basic tour, and we didn't see anything I havnt seen before. It was like most things on this tour, an opportunity to tip a few more people. I have had my hand in my pocket nearly everyday to either pay someone, make a donation, or tip someone. Our trip leader usually tells us to ...
... degrees). There are small hotels like ours (only 8 rooms which are separate huts of concrete and thatched roofs) all along the beach. Tourism is definitely one of their main industries. Our hotel room is excellent, very clean with 2 bathrooms which we didn't expect, free Wifi. No toys like TV or movies, but who needs that when you can be outside day and night.
... to join and I don't remember hearing more natural laugh than I heard from her! She was definitely happy at least for one day and I just thought I also want to take her to Europe with me but poor lady.. She is already married and can't leave her husband! Sometimes I think that all the people I like here I want to take with me. By now I could have a great community haha! But about that lady. As she is the cook of the school (and also cleans dishes afterwards) she cooks ...
... trees and a view to the ocean and Stone Town. Last time Sheryl and Pier were here the house only had foundations. It now has walls and rooms and is awaiting the roof and windows. They have the windows; they are stored at his mother in law's where he showed us. We, of course asked the stupid mzungo question...."do you put the glass in when they are installed?" "No glass, just fly wire" Pfft! Silly question! There still seems a lot ...
... at $2.50 the beer more so.
We luxuriate in our spare time, washing, internetting and vegging. Swim in the slightly too-cool pool, talk to another Queenslander, who is doing the reverse trip to us with a different company. They saw lions mating and a lot of wildebeest in the Masai Mara, and had a short walk to see the gorillas. We have a walk on the fine coral sand beach to the north past a number of resorts and restaurants, and a surprising number of tourists, ...