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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... could be ridden inside. Another house we visited called the Mambo Msige was built by a very wealthy Arab merchant and it is said to show his great wealth he ordered spices, beans and eggs to be mixed in with the mortar during construction. After a wonderful afternoon exploring Stone Town we all made our way down to the night markets for food, Wow what a place it smelt delicious as spices and seafood permeated the night air the stall ...
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We got a small taste of what the Serengeti might be like when a lion was sighted hunting a zebra near the air strip. Within minutes, the area was teeming with game viewing vehicles chasing after the poor lion. On the way out of the park the next morning, we came across a group of vehicles and saw 2 lions in the distance lazing in the grass. This ...
... Because we were in Stonetown during Ramadan, which is 97% Muslim, we chose to respect the Islamic tradition of fasting during the day. So, after our walking tour, we were told to eat at an off-the-street restaurant. We waited there until it was time to get on the ferry again, and then we were on our way back to Dar.
I got a little queazy on the ferry because a little girl in front of us started throwing up, which caused the ...
... he had to navigate a power cut in the room which was eventually fixed - the engineer claimed that "Things in Tanzania do not work as well as in Australia, we are trying". John was worried that the poor engineer would electrocute himself but he managed to fix everything without a serious incident.
Terrie headed to the Kipipeo resort to meet our overland tour group who happened to be mainly Australian and female, it looks like that we will be ...
... however, we took this opportunity and walk through no less famous Kariakoo Market.
BASIC FACTS ABOUT THE VILLAGE MUSEUM
- There are more than 120 ethnic groups in Tanzania. Most of them have their own language, beliefs and different way of life.
- The Village Museum exhibits the Tanzanian culture through different designs of traditional houses and their artifacts. ...