My Blue Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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The first day of the trip when there was nothing official planned, the planned hangover never materialised because of the previous nights drinking. Unbelievably we woke up to heavy rain and dark clouds. Plans to spend the day on the beach never happened and a group of us ended up walking to the opposite end of the resort for lunch and to stretch the legs. Met a few interesting local children and a few ...
Steven, Ed, Billy and I booked a dive to go to Mnemba Island. Ed and Billy are two beauties on our tour from the UK. The boat we take is hilarious and it's got a 40 hp on the back so it takes us 1.5 hours to get to the island you can see from where we started. Rama is our guide and first dive goes pretty good. We see a tonne of ...
... on. Finally, long after we were promised we would escape from said prison, we left for Nungwi Beach. Such a sweet spot. Melon and I got a "deluxe" room. Not sure how she swung that deal but that Aussie always has something up her sleeve. We went for lunch and we were all starving because the breakfast we were offered consisted of at least 10 million types of bread and mini bananas. So therefore we kindly declined. Went into the town and got some art from some ...
... excited to go I was also a little nervous given this was the place the 2 British girls had suffered the acid attack last year. I was well aware it is a Muslim island and respect for covering yourself up is required so I went fully prepared!
I arrived at the airport and the baggage collection was funny as they just pass the luggage over to you over a wooden hatch. I got a taxi to Stone Town where from there I'd get a bus to my destination of Nungwi Beach in the ...
Drive to the north of the island to the most amazing picturesque beaches. As always in Africa the road stops to a sand track for about half the way in our taxi. Chilled and swam, until we realised the shallows were full of sea urchins. Went back to Stonetown to our turkish roof top restaurant to watch sundown. We sat on carpet ...