The Swahili House
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... Lots of accommodation options, superb beaches, lots of activities available, it's a large island too, and its city center stonetown is rich and unique. It makes for a great destination from Europe to escape the cold if needed! Locals are also more relaxed than on the mainland, Africa on a beach, you can't stress out!
Hakuna Matata all the way... we hope to have this us our winter escape if ever we get based in Europe somewhere.
Enjoy drooling at the amazing picturesque ...
... to Mr. Sweets Zanzibar pizza stand and largely avoided the touts (and spared our wallets, dinner was $3). It was disappointing that all the stands had the same fare (pizza or skewered seafood & meat) because it had the makings of a great scene. Still it was definitely worthwhile and memorable.
... poor and lived in dusty, small and rubbish filled areas. Very sad, and a stark comparison to the hotel we arrived at. Right on the beach the hotel is clean, up market and a welcome change from the dusty campsites we have been staying in. We were upgraded to the honeymoon suite so had a perfect view of the beach. Food is cheap, and we have no plans for the rest of the day, except to move from the beach to ...
... lift!. Closed for renovations, we admired the amazing architecture from outside before continuing onto the Old Fort, Freddie Mercury’s House and a wander through Foradhani Gardens.
In the evening we revisited Foradhani Gardens, which come to life with dozens of vendors serving grilled skewers, kebabs, Zanzibari pizza and other delights. We tried a wide variety of foods, including marinated chicken and fish (yum), ...
Andy: Our last day in paradise. I think I've got it now, paradise is being bought a paper in bed saying Arsenal didn't win. Our breakfast buffet in paradise consists of 8 different ways to toast your bread. I have a preference for the reverse Scotsman. They also have tea from more countries than there are countries. I suspect they starts their own country just to say that ...