The Z Hotel Zanzibar
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Our final stop on the shores of beautiful Nungwi beach. A final five days & nights to relax after the hectic year that has been. It is beautiful. Warm temperatures, sunny skies , powder white sand. We swim, take long beach walks, look for shells & watch the world go by. The boys scuba while Anna & I have massages, visit the turtle …
... me that the banana has to be cooked before eaten otherwise you get a sore stomach. I quickly stopped eating it after that point.
At midday we caught a minibus up to Nungwi. Venturing through the scenery of Zanzibar. It took about an hour all so to get there. Our accommodation was beautiful, overlooking the Indian Ocean.
We watched the sunset, then walked along the beach to a fish restaurant where we all sat eating the daily catch of fresh tuna on the ...
... and drinking, that never quite happened but 5/6 of us had a good drink and chilled out. It was very nice to know that there would be no early morning alarm call. I really wanted to keep the party going and tried to get the others to stay out (mainly Jess to be honest) but everyone went to bed whilst I tried to find a new bar, that was a bit of a disaster as everything was closed. Every second I spend with Jess I like her ...
... they’ll just give you one extra chicken but the same amount of rice and vegetables as if you ordered one
Also, if you want food in rural Sri Lanka, you'd better order it several hours ahead of time, preferably in the morning.
There are many, many ways you can die in Uganda. It’s better to hold it than to try and find the bathroom when a hippo is feeding outside your tent
Try not to be on a bus in Sri Lanka at 1 PM, as ...
... beach resort by noon on March 2 (Day 67), with plenty of daylight left to spend on the beach. We took a taxi to Nungwi, a spectacular beach paradise on the northwest corner of Zanzibar, and were greeted with wetted towels, cookies and tropical drinks at the lobby entrance--a far cry from what we are accustomed to as backpackers (though we have enjoyed wonderful hospitality in most hostels and guesthouses so far). Dennis had found a phenomenal deal on ...