Zanzibar Serena Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... if they held it and didnīt start to cry they were strong enough and their price increased.
The Cathedral Church of Christ Zanzibar
1857: David Livingstone appealed in England for ending of the slave trade and for sending of a Christian Mission to East Africa.
1861: U.M.C.A. (Universities Mission to Central Africa) began to work on the mainland.
1864: Mission opened in Zanzibar.
1873: Decree to stop the slave markets. The site of ...
... cave where we climbed down a staircase into an underground cave that held farm slaves overnight to avoid escapees. And then on to the beach where we enjoyed our Zanzibar swim. The water was clear and warm. One of the others commented on the diversity of our group: there were English, Australian, French, Italian, German, Tanzanian and South Africans. We were delivered back to Stone Town where Martin and I changed our accommodation for the last night, into the exquisite ...
... for he lowest class suite, but because they had a renovation and had been closed for 45 days and we were the first guests, they had upgraded to the best suite! The suite was amazing, we'd been upgraded from a $160 a night room to a $480 a night room! It was called the sultan suite. The main bedroom was huge, with luxury ensuite bathroom and a large outdoor living area with a big copper bathtub and an outdoor shower. The meals at the restaurant were amazing and we were ...
... but staying at one of my favourite locations in Malawi, the bay of Nkhata. Chilling out here for the week whilst training to become dive kings was not a bad start, thanks Tom for the upgrade, what a gent. For our last week in Malawi we couldn’t have asked for more, next stop Tanzania, rumours were it was a shithole and the people were less joyful, rumours proved right, haha. Oh Malawi how we missed ...
... had recently climbed, most successfully, and listened to their views and experiences. To cut a long story short; as we have travelled in mostly hot countries we have clothing only suitable for tropical weathers. The ...