Paje by Night Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPaje by Night Hotel
Wonderful food and service. Right on the beach, 2 floor bungalows, with balcony.
Loved the place
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... to go out on the reef. We got the impression that he often worked with guests of this hotel, and we had chatted with another Swedish family ( I have learned that Swedes love to travel) who had a positive experience with him. So, the next day, we met our Captain (not Suleiman), and his young assistant, who had to run and get the equipment. Ten minutes later, he returned, and we boarded our boat. Finally, we ...
... originally all been white wash and you could tell which were privately owned (mostly hotels) as they were beautifully refurbished and looked stunning, while the rest, owned by the government, had not been seen to in many many years, though that didn't matter I don't think, it added to the charm of the town. As we continued to walk we came across many stunning carved doors, these were generally of Arab or Indian design and mostly well kept, though I was a shame to ...
... us sad at all since all the meals were identical (rice, beans, spinach).
At 16.00 we left the Teddy´s Place (after 5 days!). When we got to the main road, there was a dalla-dalla just passing by. They took us to Stone Town for TZS 5,000. We walked directly to the port where we bought tickets for a night ferry departing from Zanzibar Stone Town at 21.00. One ticket cost USD 20 (VIP class). The ferry´s schedule was quite ridiculous because it departed at 21.00, moved not ...
... and we ate 3 banana and chocolate pizzas... Basically yummy fried crepes. The next day we went on 2 excursions - the first being Prison Island. The island had a prison built on it in the early 1800's, however it was never used as a jail. Instead they realised after building the prison that the island would be of more use as a port to deliver cargo before moving it to the main island of Zanzibar. Because of all the different goods that passed through the small island from ...
... before was broken by the return to the real world. My main aim of the day was to get some more money so after consulting the map I found an ATM near the foreshore that should suffice. The walk through the twisting alley ways once more cast their magic upon me and my cares were swept away. As I approached the coast I was taken in by the salt air and the passing ocean traffic. Swept away to a past little changed by the passing of time. The port is still very much alive ...