How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Kichanga Lodge Michamvi
Travel Blogs from Michamvi
... swam in the sea that warm before (and no it wasn't pee). Then we attempted the ride back, and if course by now the tide has come back in again, all the way in. So now the ride back became more of an adventure through the back streets of the villages, along the main high way back onto the sand again which was too soft now, lifted the bikes down some rocks though numerous hotels and eventually we made it ...
Andy: today we went to the east of the island on our own to a place called Mustaphas place. I joked to the guy at reception, 'can you help, we must have a place!'. He looked solemn and said we'd already booked. I dislike him. Here in new paradise they don't have hot water or a bed that doesn't reverberate with the sounds of the bugs that will dine on you throughout the night. As soon as you go in the room you can hear their excitement...'mmm bzzz tonight I ...
Wow! Paradise! Eh? What's it like then? S'alright spose. The thing is when a resort has thought of everything it makes you think...have they actually? So today, after swimming in an infinity pool and sipping exquisite cocktails watching the sun set i started to think, is this as good as it gets? Well no, and here's why: first I would make the sand less sandy. It's like it wants to be part of everything! 'Ooh can ...
Andy: not much to talk about today...I think we did some things though. Zoe will reveal all! Zoe: a nice lie in today. It was nice not to wake up wearing all my clothes and wrapped in a cocoon of sleeping bag and liner haha. Nice to spread out really. Not so sure if Andy liked me spreading out though. We had a little wander around Moshi this morning, it ...
... my travels have I been hurt or in a serious panic, and this is coming from a girl that hitched a ride home with strangers 2 times, climbed mountains, made friends with locals, slept in villages, ate local food, drank tap water, loved homeless cats and dogs, and even went outside after dark. But really I am not trying to say I'm a careless, free spirit that doesn't think of the risks associated with my ...