Ras Nungwi Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to barter which to be honest felt quite impressed with myself. After that we got a volleyball and played a bit of 3 on 3. Which apparently isn't cool here. We got kicked off by some locals but then Steve and some Brits we met challenged them to a match. Let's just say it wasn't pretty. (Or was it considering they all were tarps-optional?) We made sure to hit up a couple of happy hours before heading off to dinner. Down the beach we found some super cheap drinks and seafood. ...
... market atmosphere in Stone Town. I noticed I was the only female on the bus and as we set off I thought I was on some kind of mobile mosque with the chanting coming from the radio and the men singing/talking along. I got a seat and placed my small backpack on my lap. I made sure I travelled light and thank God I did because getting on these buses with my big backpack would have been almost impossible. I was on a seat for 2 which of course in Tanzania mean it's for ...
... touch the glacier at the top. Prop planes are slower than jets and often don't fly as high, two advantages when flying past a landmark you want to gaze at for hours. Our pilot milked the time we flew over it, and talked on the loudspeaker throughout. I felt like we were on an aerial tour of Kilimanjaro, rather than a commercial flight between two East African cities. It was awesome.
The early-morning flights paid off when we arrived at ...
... months old but the grounds are gorgeous and the ocean view makes you want to cry - it is that beautiful! As usual we were met with wet towels to cool off and get rid of the accumulated dust and a glass of passion fruit juice. They told us our room wasn't ready so drove us around in a golf cart to show us the spa, restaurant and dive centre. Once we got to our room we realized why they had held us back. There were candles lining ...
... to get lost, which we did. In the evening we ate at the local food market where they have their own brand of pizza, every kind of meat and sea food, 'shwarma’, and fresh sugar cane juice.
The next morning we visited a spice plantation where we saw, smelt and tasted all the exotic spices you can think of which grow like weeds in this very green, lush tropical climate. We then had an hour drive to Nnungwi ...