Beyt Al Salaam

Kelele Square, Stone Town, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | 4 star inn
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    Travel Blogs from Stone Town

    We arrive on Zanzibar!

    A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Aug 23, 2014

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    ... climbed to the top of a very tall coconut tree whilst singing. This guy was mad! We were then gifted with a flax crown, ring and handbag while the boys only got a flax hat (like King Julian's off Madagascar!). We enjoyed these gifts while drinking coconut. When the tour had finished we had the opportunity to buy different spices and try some of the local fruit. Excellent tour! At around 5 our group: Me, Matt, Rach, Leigh, Nat and Annie ventured out ...

    Zanzibar!!!!

    A travel blog entry by keithandkim on Feb 21, 2014

    48 photos

    ... mask, we made our way to the next dive sight about half way back to our hotel. We all rode out the rough seas in the wooden craft before starting to get read for dive two. Lucky for "Shipwreck" they had another mask for her, and once geared up we rolled into the blue depths again. This dive was much shallower at around 20 meters and we slowly worked around a large coral garden often swimming through schools of tuna and yellow barracuda. The Sea life here was ...

    Spicey tour and Stone Town

    A travel blog entry by adandoonagh on Jan 28, 2014

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    We make our way from the beach resort to stone town which is on the other side of the island, making a pit stop for a few hours to enjoy a spice tour. Here we were shown all of the local spices and fruit grown here including cloves, mango, coconut, turmeric and many more. All native to the island. One of the local boys climbed the highest coconut tree to collect fresh coconuts for us, unbelievably high! Obviously the highlight ...

    The school

    A travel blog entry by camomile on Nov 11, 2013

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    ... shock and I didn't want to believe where I appeared. The school was not even finished to build and it didn't remind a healthy building at all. Actually it was dangerous to well being not only for kids but for everyone! Nails, metals, bricks, rocks, saws, etc were everywhere! Classes without doors or windows, not protected stairs.. So exactly on the first week in school one boy fell down from stairs and broke his arm. Actually it was both bones and nobody knew what to ...

    Diving, kite surfing and yoga on the east coast

    A travel blog entry by matt746 on Sep 13, 2013

    ... This had blown several amps and caused strange earthing issues. This in turn meant that every time someone opened up the beer fridge they received an apparently very uncomfortable electric shock. So with no music and some very reluctant bar staff the normally pumping bar was completely dead. The Germans did however managed to get some beers out of the bar staff who were all but packed up for the night. The next day bought even less wind and luckily for me a bit of a sleep in ...