Sultan Palace

Pierre Ltd. , Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Pierre Ltd. , Zanzibar, is near Palace Museum (Beit al-Sahel), Jozani Forest, Mangapwani Coral Cave, and Mbweni Ruins.
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    Beautiful beach and much needed relaxation.

    A travel blog entry by blakes on Jul 16, 2014

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    ... and cow driven carts occupy the roads. We start out in a populated area and slowly progress into a more rural area. Our feelings are much the same as when we first arrived in Morocco - what have we gotten ourselves in to. The drive is quite nice on a paved road but when we arrive at our turnoff it is back to bumpy dirt roads. Plus we must wait while the water truck fills the tanks at our neighboring hotel since there ...


    A travel blog entry by jimhilbert on Jun 12, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... sewerage was pouring down the very alley where we were going to the restaurant House of Spices. Luckily it was a roof top restaurant and we were oblivious to the smells until of course when we were leaving. In general we never felt nervous or threatened in our walks through the alleys. (Excluding the incident at the market).

    There is a hotel here called 'Emerson Spice'. It is a very trendy restaurant to go to. It only seats 15 people and it is in a hotel ...

    The Old Slave Market in Zanzibar

    A travel blog entry by zoeandnick on Feb 09, 2014

    1 photo

    ... was made of the fact that the British captured and sold slaves on Zanzibar well into the 19th century, taking them to the Seychelles and Mauritius, an episode which is generally left out of our history books.

    It felt very uncomfortable to hear a Tanzanian thanking the British for their role in his country's history. It sounded like he'd been fed British propaganda - a version of history in which the Brits are the good guys as usual.


    The school

    A travel blog entry by camomile on Nov 11, 2013

    7 photos

    ... and used that one. So seems it was not that much of effort made to buy it for them but at least we saw how they use it. Anyway there were really nice days in school too. For example Fridays are games and sports day when everyone comes in yellow tshirts and plays as much as they want. Before my friend donated money they were playing with stones and sticks, but now they do it with balls and puzzles. Also we got many DVDs and kids were watching that on Friday so I was excited ...

    The days I spent in paradise

    A travel blog entry by beckybrahier on Sep 06, 2013

    5 comments, 35 photos

    ... they were dead :( The fisherman collect shellfish in a bucket, and the octopus is smart enough that it could easily figure out how to get out so they have to kill them right away as they catch them. I was a bit sad, but it was still cool to look at them up close. The octopus can camouflage itself into pretty much any color AND texture and the dead ones were having some kind of a reflexive camo going on in certain spots. It was so cool to see! Of course I would have rather seen ...