Princess Salme Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Morning spent walking on the beach in Matemwe. Taxi collected us and after some negotiation the driver, Yahir, agreed to take us to The Rock restaurant near Paje on the east coast, which another traveller had recommended to us. After what seemed like hours and a very bumpy drive along a road that hadn't yet been finished, we arrived and took the …
... are true on both counts, but we managed to get by on a slightly higher than usual budget (by being as thrifty as possible) and we can see why its such a tourist destination as there's so much to see and do. On arrival without accommodation reserved, we headed in the direction of the street famous for budget options. Within a few hundred meters of the harbour we found what we thought was the tourist information where a very helpful gentleman called ahead to secure a room ...
... of the space. The villa is a light filled gorgeously decorated unit...with French doors opening onto flower laden landscapes. The server brings appetizers and cocktails every evening at 6:00 and requests your dinner orders..the 5 course course ultra gourmet dinner is served open-air on a romantic candle lit veranda....a live trio seranades ..the exotic Arabic melodies waft by. The surf pounds in the background. A ...
... miles! Once we barely made it on the edge of this thing to the other side we just had a quick 10 min ride to the main ferry to Zanzibar. This ferry is different from the one I've been on in van. It's like a big speedboat. They don't take cars on it and there are a couple different levels to it. After a quick 1.5hr boat ride to the island we were there. So beautiful already and we were so close to our ...