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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews The Zanzibari Nungwi
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... get our refund we would have to deal with the booking agent (not all of us used the same one) and then they scattered like proverbial rats leaving a sinking ship. Nonetheless it was a relief to be back on dry ground.
After regaining my sea legs I thought I should at least have a dip in the Indian Ocean, and went for a quick dip. Vivian and I found a little restaurant down the beach from our resort and enjoyed a beautiful ...
... however none are native to the island. The northern part of the Island contains pure white sandy beaches and turquoise blue water. Temperature around 30 degrees ( Jo says it's great after 48-50 in Abu Dhabi). Very relaxing. Cows on the beach and beautiful sunsets and starry nights. We dine on the beach each evening after watching the sun set. Off to Capetown. Will keep you ...
... Elephants Pair of cheetahs lying under a tree, we were the only group to see them Then we stopped for a brunch at the campsite, pineapple rice in the morning hit the spot perfectly. We then headed back out for another Game drive and this time we saw, Sleeping lions under a tree Elephants everywhere. An even more impressively an elephants massive knob! Hippos Zebra Ostriches The best part of it all was that I got to ...
... in two delightful resorts. For those who had expectation of 1.5 months sleeping in my sleeping bag inside the tent, find warm bath, huge bed, real mattress, bedroom, clean sheets and towels and fragrant, was sensational. At any other time I would find these hotels just "ok". Today I think they are only for sensational simplicity of warmth. How good bed linens and towels, even cleaner.
The beach is paradise, so clear it looks like a pool of white tiles. And that ...
... water polo game. Meanwhile, I bided my time at the swim-up pool bar and took advantage of the first elliptical I've seen since leaving home. We drank cocktails at sunset, then walked along the sea wall, which the ocean was crashing against as it was high tide. We hadn't sprung for our resort's all-inclusive package (we weren't feeling that much "hakuna matata"), so steered clear of the expensive hotel dining options and instead made our way to a ...