Travel Blogs from Zanzibar
... due to
Louise being ill :-( ) This was a cool backpacker resort and the
bungalow we had was our best so far but with cold showers. The best
thing about Matemwe was Green and Blue 5* resort where you could use
its facilities by simply buying a drink. We spent a whole day there
using its 3 pools and sunbathing and even splashed out on some
expensive lunch. Also we met a German/Swiss couple and had a meal out
at Seles Bungalows which serves great food ...
... the hotels. Its actually a really enjoyable walk, as you go from our hotel, the lowest of the low, and gradually it gets better and better and more and more expensive for food! But you get to have a peak at places that you can say - "right, next time, we're staying there!"
Nungwei, is very much a chilled place to go where you can just relax and unwind on the beach. So we only stayed there a couple of nights before heading back to Stone Town for the final night before ...
... or drink they come running to your table and say, "Please sir, do you mind if I take this?" Yes, it's nice, but a bit over the top. I started to time them and it was always under 4-5 seconds when they came running over and ask us. Just a bit odd in my opinion.
We finished our meals and head over to the pool bar for a few late drinks and some much needed wifi to update the world on our adventure. A frozen daiquiri came out like a fruit juice, but oh well we are in ...
... of flours, veggies, meat, fish, whatever; all the market in one dala dala and lots of things on my feet. But I didn't mind I was just sitting and thinking that If i survive this day than I can survive anything! Got thousands of looks from locals. Only very poor people ( or mostly poor) takes dala dala here, all other has some kid of transport . But on the other hand they like that we are not proud and we also take dala dala with all local people. Ofc what other Option do we ...
... out all necessary visa application forms, met with a Malawian ambassador and after almost 1,5 hours were ready to head back to our hotel. We were very lucky and stopped a tuk-tuk that agreed to charge us TZS 10,000 from the High Commission to the port passing by our hotel.
At 11.15 we arrived in the port of ferries. We bought tickets in the office of a company called Flying Horse. The price was USD 20 per person (1st class). The ferry was supposed to ...