Paje Beach Bungalows

Address: Gizenga Street, Paje, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Gizenga Street, Paje, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Paje

The hoteli dinner

A travel blog entry by superstar106 on Jan 20, 2015

... the toilet!!!!! Miscinie has a very dodgy looking fish even though she was very sceptical! She feels totally sick the rest of the evening. Sex in the hut. Best about it was the long and open talk about love and life after it. Oli says he loves me "a bit" and hence cannot keep his hands off me - which I have noticed since Nina's departure. I feel flattered but still my heart is already engaged ...

Day 14: Rise of the planet of the tortoise

A travel blog entry by tautological on Aug 17, 2014

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Andy: our last day in stone town meant we had to go to Tortoise island. An island akin to the planet of the apes where tortoises have battled humanity to extinction and created their own tortoise themed world. They have a prison where they keep all the hares who dared to race them in the past and they have shunned broadband for the slower, more peaceful, dial up. One of them was 191 years old but that didn't stop him from trying to hump a particularly attractive ...

The school

A travel blog entry by camomile on Nov 11, 2013

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... of it later. Am I right?.. So In my school there was nursery (kindergarten) kids and primary school. All of them have 5 classes a day 50 minutes each and between classes they don't have breaks. Well they have one after 3 periods when they can go play outside.. In the field where only dust, rocks and nails exists. Kindergarten kids gets tea and sometimes some kind of doughnut. Older ones nothing. They all can drink water (and they do it) outside from the tap or rain ...

Dar es Salaam and relaxing on Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Sep 17, 2013

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... obviously very strong, who climbed a very tall coconut palm, with rope between the feet for grip. He had a loud, and quite tuneful voice, and from up in the palm tree sang a song, probably his own creation, of welcome. Butterfly, and hakuna matata figured heavily in it. He also performed acrobatics on the tree, swinging his legs free and hanging just by his hands. Back on the ground he did a scary performance trimming coconuts for drinking with a long, sharp knife. We ...

Diving, kite surfing and yoga on the east coast

A travel blog entry by matt746 on Sep 13, 2013

... was reversed by the new experience of this unique form of travel. I was at first foolishly convinced that the Dalla Dalla was just like a bus but based on a trucks frame. It turns out the locals at times use the Dalla Dalla as their shopping trolley, all there need to do is to nominate a given merchant and his shop on the side of the road and then the Dalla Dalla will wait for the person to conduct their business, be it buying a new sink or a stack of lumber. This is then loaded ...