Zanzibar Serena Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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Woke early this morning to be driven to another hotel that served breakfast, our hotel we were staying at was owned by Muslims who were currently celebrating Ramadan and only certain hotels served food to tourists. One the road out to the other side of the island for our beach getaway we stopped at a local spice plantation. Zanzibar is very well known for its spices. After a ...
... the joint is called "Bob Marley cigar" and the name is really funny. They also listen a lot of his music and just chill. As always under the tree. Same day just different tree :):) 3) electricity is being gone every day for at least few hours, sometimes even for 10 hours :):):) 4) high tides and low tides really exists! Water moves at least 20 meters depending on the time, but sometimes it doesn't really change, so still need o figure it out. 5) they have red sparkling sand ...
Well. Our overall feeling of Tanzania should be pushed aside for this blog. We will not mention touts or their intolerable behavior and attitude, or the difficulty of accessing activities without paying through the nose to a 'tour operator'. I will write on... ;-)
This entry is dedicated to the phenomenal experience that we gained through accepting that we had to buy into a tour to do a trip to the South of Zanzibar Island, from where we hoped to ...
... the cool breeze and the vibrant sunset. After, we went to Forodhani Gardens for dinner. These waterside gardens were alive with dozens of vendors selling grilled fish and meat, sesame bread, and more, which you eat while sitting on the grass or a bench. The food was delicious, and you could get it for a great price as long as you were ready to shop around and bargain. Overall, we had a magical day in Stone Town. I would have loved to stay another, but we never had ...
... candle lit shelter right on the beach and informed us, that tonight they will serve us there. What can I say, it was proper smashing. Tonight we had some octopus in a sauce for starters, I think it was diced and fried and really tasty, main course was fish, spuds and veg, followed by creme caramel, all of course washed down with a healthy amount of vino. We did ask him why we were picked to be treated to this excellent service and were told it is kept for special people, just ...