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 Zanzibar we were only in there 10 minutes before we were called to our gate. It wasn't for another 2 hours tho so we wisely ignored this advice and had some drinks instead. 2 hours later when we were running to our plane 5 minutes before take off we decided to listen to things that tell you what to do. This is quite the departure from previous protocol. When we landed in Zanzibar I was expecting to be greeted by a smiling Babar ...
... hour checking out emails, Facebook, the usual, before I start to feel queasy. Its not long before my head is in the toilet and Im staring at my lunch, I knew it tasted odd. Luckily it passes quick and within a couple of hours, lots of water and some rehydration salts, Im back on my feet again. The Lodge is holding a big party tonight, celebrating catching a really big tuna fish, remind me not to eat any of it! But we have other plans, Dinner reservations at The Rock. A ...
... of white wine that we had bought in the village earlier that day. It was quite expensive - TZS 10,000 – but we donīt do this very often.
Day 7: November 3, 2013
We decided to rent a motorbike the day before and go around the island. The original idea was to depart at 7.00 and try to get to the village of Kgomani from where we would be able to take a boat to the Mnemba Conservation Area which is an island providing nice snorkeling ...
... in a world full of sights and wonders. I had arrived by dhow which had aided me in slowing down and accepting the finer slower pace of life. I can feel my writing style relaxing as I am contented to let the story flow.
The next morning I awoke to the sounds of breakfast outside and I wandered out to enjoy a cup of coffee and fruit, pancake, toast and the inevitable omelette. I spent the morning reading of the election back home and sadly part of the spell of ...
... Crater tomorrow. And did I mention he hadn’t seen his family in three weeks due to work commitments in Dar Es Salaam? Yet still spared so much time to help out a stranger; this story could almost be in the bible. He’s one of those real life heroes! Though perhaps not so much to his wife and kids, ‘you delayed seeing us by two hours to help some random kid from England?!’. I’m sorry Mrs Edward, but your husband is a catch, don’t stay mad at ...