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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... of the beautiful beaches. We spent 15 minutes walking along the beaches passing lots of other hotels before stoping in front of the Hilton where we felt our bag would most safe in front of as we headed into the sea. The water was an amazing blue and the sun was shining. We swam around for a 15 minutes feeling like we were in paradise un till we notice a slightly sketchy local that we felt was edging his way towards our bag. Despite not bringing any money and just one phone for ...
... the body and get a sweat on, loved running barefoot even though we had to avoid numerous stony areas. All my good efforts with the running went to pot when we got on a right bender in the evening, the whole group went to a beach restaurant and even though I wasn't eating due to a very late lunch it was good to spend time as a whole group. From there four of us went to a very surreal beach party in a ...
... to barter which to be honest felt quite impressed with myself. After that we got a volleyball and played a bit of 3 on 3. Which apparently isn't cool here. We got kicked off by some locals but then Steve and some Brits we met challenged them to a match. Let's just say it wasn't pretty. (Or was it considering they all were tarps-optional?) We made sure to hit up a couple of happy hours before heading off to dinner. Down the beach we found some super cheap drinks and seafood. ...
... 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 ...
Drove for an hour through interesting Muslim villages. Houses here seem fancier than the dung huts we saw in Kenya. Most huts here are made from cement blocks with metal roofs. women are covered head to toe but only a few completely cover their face. noticed brahma bulls were pulling their wagons rather than donkeys like in Kenya. Not as much traffic here and fewer motorcycles but lots of bicycles. Our resort, Hideaway of Nungwi, is ...