Nungwi Inn

Address: Nungwi village beach, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Nungwi village beach, Zanzibar Archipelago, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Zanzibar Archipelago

    Stonetown, galeforce winds and finding my feet

    A travel blog entry by shahidajaffer on Mar 11, 2015

    Slowly I am becoming more African and less me; relaxed and chilled out about life! Things don't matter as much as they would at home- being ready to go at 1pm can turn into leaving at 3pm, writing a blog entry can start on Sunday, get postponed to Monday, then Tuesday and finally start on Wednesday!

    A few people have ...

    Terrible TV, Medical Camp, and changing habits..

    A travel blog entry by shahidajaffer on Mar 06, 2015

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    ... Blended on Tuesday evening.  I am going to be the first to admit that all I really wanted light-hearted mind-numbing romcom, but this was TERRIBLE.  Like actually bad enough to contemplate not watching the rest. I think that my movie selections may now be vetoed :/ On Wednesday I met the iGCSE Math group, and having looked through a previous paper they had all completed last week, I decided to work on their net drawing skills. ...

    And work begins..

    A travel blog entry by shahidajaffer on Mar 04, 2015

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    ... afternoons for the Adult Classes, based around developing leadership, looking at the differences between debates and dialogues.  It is being delivered by the most well-traveled man I have ever met, Charlie, who links his previous career of teaching with his passion for film-making.  Despite the huge language barriers, it has been extremely interesting to watch the journeys of the individuals beginning as they have become more confident ...

    Heathrow, Muscat and the 33 degree heat!

    A travel blog entry by shahidajaffer on Feb 26, 2015

    ... am British, and then shuffled back to my original place after they realised I had to have some picture taken, to the random decisions about who they think should have finger print recognition, to the suitcases being pushed individually from the plane to the baggage table (note, not carousel), the men that wouldn't let me move my suitcases myself but wanted a tip when I had no local money, and the customs man who said I shouldn't be holidaying alone, ...

    Kipili to Katavi

    A travel blog entry by ru.benpabst on Sep 09, 2013

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    ... brakes on the vehicle. After hitting a bad pothole we have no brakes! Rudi spends about three hours next to the road repairing some of the brake fluid pipes. The pipes were broken by a suspension bracket that broke, the same one that broke in Namibia between Solitaire and Swakopmund. In any event, Rudi manages to repair the brakes to such an extent that we can continue ...