Princess Salme Inn
Travel Blogs from Stone Town
Hey guys, the title of this blog has nothing to do with it, but I saw the southern cross for the first time, and I understood now why I came this way, cuz the truth that I was running from was so small, but it's as big as the promise of a coming day. I just wanted to quote the song. I always thought they were talking about a church cross just in …
The alarm went off at 5am sharp and we were up and packing as the bus to the ferry was going to leave whether we were on or not. Luckily for us Mwangi, Mum and Dad's tour guide had arranged everything for us in terms of transfers and ferry tickets so we were all together. After waiting about 10mins for two others we were finally off and arrived …
We opted for the easy option to get to Zanzibar and rather than all day on the bus, crossing the border and 3 hours on a boat, we spent 2 hours on a plane. We are trying to avoid any unnecessary plane journeys but on this occasion there was an emergency - Liverpool v Man Utd in the FA cup. I won't go into details here but I am happy to re enact the …
Welcome to Zanzibar – not just a funny name, it's hot and muggy too!
Boy, hit the nail on the head there, Phil. We’re just kicking the tires on the rainy season now so the temps are ramping up, the clouds come and go with no rhyme or reason and when it does actually rain it comes down fierce, and it’s tough to tell if …
Spice tour, walked through old Stone Town's narrow streets, visited historic museums, enjoyed great seafood, evening walks along the waterfront and mingled with the locals.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking