Visitor's Inn Hotel

Jambiani, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Jambiani

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A travel blog entry by rebeccaricards

... behind a small crew of 6 to care for the remaining patients. The hospital was closing its doors to any new admits. The hope was by turning away new patients the town would band together and help put a stop to the random shooting. Strangely, I don't feel unsafe but the men (and they are all men) firing the guns don't seem to understand that what goes up, must come down. And the odds of getting hit increase as the ...

Zanzibar and Nairobi Airport

A travel blog entry by big_trip

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... and security check. I did this a few times with my full back pack on as the food and drink area was on the other side and I wanted to get a pop to go with my snack and lunch. Is the CIA and Obama aware of this. Things I have forgotten about traveling in the developing world -You always want to make sure your driver is not impaired in any way and now a days you not only need to make sure he is not ...

Fresh

A travel blog entry by ecburton

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... successful and much needed layover. It was beautiful weather and made me remember how much I love this city. I would move here, even though its a 'big busy city' the character makes up for it! But made it home, it was strange not having a welcoming home group and unpacking solo but so nice to sleep in my own bed. And the jet leg is finally gone....4 days later. I think I'm done with big traveling adventures for a while, so Canada your stuck with me for a ...

MBV

A travel blog entry by kingy2

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... both (they do a full English which is eggs, beans and tomato). Nine thirty sees us on a walk out to the reef as its low tide, wet suit boots are essential due to sea urchins, we have a guide and he is full of information, we are all fluent, unfortunately us in English and he in Swahili, but it's still quite interesting. Afterwards we get a cab up to the north of the island to Nungwi, the cab driver chats most of the way and his English is really good, apparently he learnt it ...

Karibu Sana

A travel blog entry by janjam

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... from the experienced climbers was that Kili was cold, very cold. One girl told us that she had every piece of arctic clothing she owned on and still needed to add another huge coat when on the top. Another guy also said ...

     

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