Zanzibar Serena Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Zanzibar Serena Hotel Stone Town
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... way of dealing with bugs bigger than your face. They also gave me a cocoa leaf tie as well. I haven't worn a tie in nearly a month so it made me a bit business minded and I tried to sell one of our guides an Equity release plan. He didn't really get it though and when I said 'you give us part of your house in exchange for cash?' he took one of the mud bricks out of his hut and wanted me to pay for it. I bought some vanilla soap instead. I plan on ...
... in my head I had feeling I will have to let her in the house! At 6AM I was already woken up and went to look for the water... Already one week without it in the house. Real African experience & especially those moments when power is off too. This Saturday was planned since I don't remember when. The school I was volunteering organized the "intellectual" day for us as for volunteers. We could have choose things we want to see. So first of all we ...
... A connection has been made between Alfred and the others and they are keen to continue the relationship with Alfred looking for ways he can help out NOCET. We checked in at the airport and Anastasia made it in time with Piers wallet. More hugging and goodbyes. I'm going to miss them all.....I haven't ever met such kind, warm people as the Tanzanians......everywhere we go people welcome us. The flight was uneventful and we were soon hugging another friend of Sheryl ...
... thatched roofed reception, and the battlements square arches, to the front gate. This was a very flash resort indeed, but the impression only lasted as far as the front gates, which opened out onto a crooked sandy rough track toward the main road.
We took photos from outside, then walked towards where we thought the village might be, but only found a few buildings, third rate resorts and discos, and a shop for a cool drink, as we had forgotten all ...
... booked this flight about 10 days ago due to re-routing caused by Egypt & Sudan. Was meant to be flying Addis Ababa-Nairobi-overnight train to Mombasa-flight to Zanzibar. A sleepless night on a crummy train didn't appeal (been there, seen it, done it) so flying direct to Mombasa. Only after booking did I realise there's a stop at Kilimanjaro. Incredibly expensive tickets so bought Economy class. For a few nights after buying the ticket I was having nightmares ...