Sazani Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It seems everywhere you go in Zanzibar, there's always another stunning beach just waiting for you to wade in! I can totally see how this exotic island has become a destination unto itself. The past few days have been spent wondering around a spice farm, learning about, looking at, and sampling the local spices. We learned that cinnamon is actually the bark of a tree, curry is actually a leaf that grows on a shrub, and cardamom grows like roots along the ground, shaded by its ...
... Also known as the Western Big-mouthed Wordsmith
Call: A chatter of constantly changing but similar sounds.
Habits: Warm climate bird, vulnerable when caught in unusually cold conditions. Generally found at the opposite end of the continent from the Cordon Bleu, but when found together their chatter escalates, ...
... wow... I thought the Moshi dala dalas were stuffed to the rim! These are something else... 2 rows of seats facing opposite each other to fit about 6 people and a row backing the front seats to fit 2 people. Of course it's not how it went at all. The long rows squeezed on about 9 and the short row 3 or 4. Once they filled up, people would crouch on the floor in between the two long rows and just try to dodge feet and bags of produce. I thought I couldn't be shocked so ...
... uma república semi-autonoma, predominantemente Islâmica, foi colonizada por árabes e depois ingleses. O centro histórico da ilha chamado Stone Town guarda marcas da colonização, com uma mistura de influência arquitetônica da India e da Inglaterra, que deixou as marcas de uma forte dominação como o mercado de escravos e também algumas poucas igrejas, anglicanas e romanas. Um mercado local de peixes, carnes e especiarias chama atenção logo no inicio do passeio, pelo ...
... are hard and take longer when you have no permanent address. Finding things like passport photo studios, post offices, and places to print in random cities can be difficult.
But otherwise, we’re doing ok. Sri Lanka had a nice rhythm to it, it was very relaxed, the guest houses were nice, and we left there with plenty of energy, which was quickly drained by long flights and long days in Oman and Uganda. We aren’t exactly being party ...