Paje by Night Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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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... we had seen was the sunrise, which although pretty enough in itself had not been the goal of the trip. However our patience was eventually rewarded - we saw several pods of wild dolphins from just a few metres away. And it got better - we were able to jump in the water with our snorkels on and swim along with them. Incredible!! A truly beautiful, breathtaking experience which was so special - I am extremely lucky. At one point they swam ...
... birds there Hakuna Matata.
I saw the bloody big five Hakuna Matata.
Mzuni sana simba Hakuna Matata.
Safari Serengeti Hakuna Matata
Simba jambo Bushmen Hakuna Matata
Baboons were very brazen Hakuna Matata.
David chased the bus well Hakuna Matata
I love my darling warties Hakuna Matata. ...
... upon a lonely coral rock in the shallow waters on a deserted white sandy beach. A picture perfect place at high tide to capture the sunset. Its a 20 minute drive, and on the way we pass lodge after lodge after lodge. This is the busier part of Zanzibar, but the restaurant is located a good 5 minutes drive north of the last lodge on the beach and has an isolated feel. We wade through the shallow waters and up the rickety wooden ladder to a very fine restaurant with a ...
... mostly what they know that in school they will be punished and beat if late, as time is money, punished if without white socks, if didn't understand homework, if too slow on the classes. No joy was here allowed. One 4th grader (appeared while I was teaching here) was skipping school for one month just because she was afraid of teacher who had slapped her few times before. So this is the way of how school works and takes care of "things". First time I stepped into the school ...
Having finished the last of our amazing game drives, it was time to head to Dar es Salem for one night before sailing across to Zanzibar for some - much needed - relaxation. It's hard work being on holiday ;-) What came next was called the 'grumpy day'. The day consisted of getting up at 3.30am to leave at 4am for a 14 hour journey across what felt like the width of Tanzania. Our full to capacity (and then some) truck became an airless oven filled ...