Ras Michamvi Beach Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... and were given beautiful coconut leaf jewellery and bags. We drove to the north shore beach to our lodge, which was being renovated, so we were upgraded to pool side rooms. Unfortunately the pool was surrounded by Muslim workers who were laying a new slate pool deck, and getting through them, the cement and piles of slate made the pool very unappealing. The Snow White sand and turquoise water looked very inviting, so as soon as there was a break in the rain we headed ...
After spending 24hrs in Stone Town we drove an hour to Nungwi (Northern Zanzibar). The group had agreed beforehand to upgrade the accommodation to beachfront - and we were not disappointed when we arrived! We were even lucky enough for an upgrade from the Garden View to Swimming Pool! We had a comfortable king size bed, something we hadn’t quite yet earned, but had no intention of giving up!
First things first, we put on ...
... my seat belt release. I figured I'd rather crash without seeing the ocean or land rising up to meet me.
At Dar, we made it through the redundant, inefficient security checkpoints and were just filling out departure immigration cards when the power went out. it came back on shortly thereafter, but I tell you what, it makes you appreciate North American airports! Now we sleep for the next 36 hours until we get home. Goodnight and goodbye Africa.
... crowded (didn't think it was possible actually but I was proved wrong). Two little boys aged about 6 and 4 were put on the bus and travelled alone on the floor just holding on to whichever adult sat in front of them. What made me smile is these stranger adults, male or female, held on to the children too, and held their hands to make sure they were ok. I was at one point given a baby to hold as the mum crouched down in the middle. I tried offering my seat but she just ...
... called Emerson & Green. From its rooftop we had an amazing view of the entire city while drinking a cold beer. We stayed till the sunset.
We walked around the city center for maybe 2 hours and before we split we had dinner in another Italian restaurant close to our guest house.
Day 4: October 31, 2013
That day was the last one in Zanzibar for Silvia and Gabi. In order to do some sightseeing in Stone Town we had to get up at about 7.30, ...