Zanzibar Coffee House

Stone Town, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Stone Town

Relaxing and Shopping

A travel blog entry by denisegerry

12

... it'll be announced. Sure enough, not even 10 minutes later it was announced and we were off to Zanzibar!

It was a short flight over to the island, maybe 20 minutes long and the colour of the water was a beautiful turquoise blue. We landed in a small airport. As we entered the building another official wanted to see everyone's documents and check passports. Chaos reigned again and as another passenger was yelling at the official about the absurdity of ...

Tanzania - Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

1
205

... us sad at all since all the meals were identical (rice, beans, spinach).

At 16.00 we left the Teddy´s Place (after 5 days!). When we got to the main road, there was a dalla-dalla just passing by. They took us to Stone Town for TZS 5,000. We walked directly to the port where we bought tickets for a night ferry departing from Zanzibar Stone Town at 21.00. One ticket cost USD 20 (VIP class). The ferry´s schedule was quite ridiculous because it departed at 21.00, moved not ...

Dar es Salaam and relaxing on Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by diannemurray

139

... obviously very strong, who climbed a very tall coconut palm, with rope between the feet for grip. He had a loud, and quite tuneful voice, and from up in the palm tree sang a song, probably his own creation, of welcome. Butterfly, and hakuna matata figured heavily in it. He also performed acrobatics on the tree, swinging his legs free and hanging just by his hands. Back on the ground he did a scary performance trimming coconuts for drinking with a long, sharp knife. We ...

Stone Town - the ocean FINALLY!!

A travel blog entry by campbell-louw

13

... then I wanted to, moving between different places, waiting for flights and doing admin, two days would have been enough.
The streets of stone town are a maze of narrow alleys lined by houses, shops and mosques. The streets are to narrow for cars and the town is crowded with bicycles and scooters, scooters are cheap to rent and only a valid car license is required, this is a cheap and fun way to ...

Rain and alleys

A travel blog entry by eyre

59

... him!".

Pick-up dalla dalla

Jambo Guesthouse is quite expensive, compared to the ****** places we've been staying untill now, but we think it's well worth the money. We sleep in bright pink rooms, in lovely raised-up four-poster beds. Kinda kitchy, but cute! Breakfast is good, too! Scrambled eggs, fresh fruit, and proper bread (not the disgusting sweet toast we got on the mainland!) with jam!

On Thursday, we take the dalladalla to Jozani ...

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