- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... had to hurry back as we were being cut off from our beach and had to climb through a very posh hotel to avoid getting our bags soaked. Just as we got back from our walk at around 12 the heavens opened and it absolutely pelted it down. The rain didn't stop all day and caused the day to almost be a write off. Luckily the day was saved by food. The hotel next door which was surprisingly cheap had some amazing food and we ended up having both lunch ...
I started off today with a sleep in and only had to be up by 8am it was bliss!! and off i went to start my snorkelling off Zanzibar. Quite a few of my group had decided to go either snorkelling or diving it was an all day adventure. Another struggle into a damp wetsuit and off we waded into the water to hop onto our boat. It looked incredibly rickety we had a good hour sail out to the reef were ...
... is just by showing a number of flowers at the top, religious symbols down the sides, and placing a "W" above the door to show there is a will for the property. I was surprised to see a mosque and Christian church so close to each other but it was how it was wanted there.
The house of wonders was the first place in the world to have a lift and we also saw the street Freddie Mercury was born. Never knew he was born in Zanzibar! Our guide was a very outspoken ...
... foi excelente. Mas pela infra estrutura, não entraria jamais na minha lista. Não encontro o nome da operadora no checkin do blog, mas eles atuam dentro do resort e chama-se Divine Yoga Dive Center. James e eu reclamamos pra eles da infra quando retornamos.
Bem, Zanzibar é isso, uma ilha cheia de contrapontos, muita beleza e muita pobreza, praias paradisíacas e a beleza humana toda escondida atras de panos e mantos, famosa pelos seus "spices" mas comidas leves e ...
... we ate at the local food market where they have their own brand of pizza, every kind of meat and sea food, 'shwarma’, and fresh sugar cane juice.
The next morning we visited a spice plantation where we saw, smelt and tasted all the exotic spices you can think of which grow like weeds in this very green, lush tropical climate. We then had an hour drive to Nnungwi and the most incredible white ...