Sunrise Guest House Hotel

Address: Bwejuu, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Bwejuu

The Beach at the Breezes

A travel blog entry by rena_alpine55 on Mar 10, 2015

6 photos

After a great sleep each night in our air-conditioned rooms, these next two days consisted of swimming in either the pool or ocean, eating, napping, eating, suntanning, & eating again. It's quite a well run resort, but it seemed we were paying lots for drinks, food, tea, etc but we had been spoiled by all the other places where we were on a 'full board" package. We feel kind of guilty eating so much when many Africans are hungry ...

Stonetown, Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Oct 07, 2014

2 comments, 41 photos

... birds there Hakuna Matata.
I saw the bloody big five Hakuna Matata.
Mzuni sana simba Hakuna Matata.
Safari Serengeti Hakuna Matata
Simba jambo Bushmen Hakuna Matata
Baboons were very brazen Hakuna Matata.
David chased the bus well Hakuna Matata
I love my darling warties Hakuna Matata. ...

Narrow Streets and Ornate Doors

A travel blog entry by nomadictendency on Feb 21, 2014

2 comments, 25 photos

... the population of mainland Tanzania is not. The island of Zanzibar even has a different president (Ali Mohamed Shein) from the rest of Tanzania (Jakaya Kikwete).

Stone Town is a place like no other. It is medieval in its setup, with narrow, maze-like streets that are easy to get lost in. The famous doors are also quite beautiful. The doors with squares are considered Muslim doors; whereas the ones ...

The Rock

A travel blog entry by ablo on Aug 22, 2013

... form roof. Ate at Sambusa Two Tables restaurant which A's friend had recommended which was the weirdest dining experience ever! We basically sat in this guy's front room and his children sang to us. No other diners appeared and although he brought out lots of courses, it wasn't the cheap, delicious fare the guidebook raved about. Nevertheless all pretty ...

Sand to Ashes

A travel blog entry by alexobt on Jul 14, 2013

The English guys I'm with at the moment are keen to head somewhere where they can watch the Ashes. Apparently it's some sort of cricket match. So we pack up and pootle back to Stone Town by taxi. It's a lot quieter now, Ramadan seems to discourage tourists for some reason. I'm ...