TripAdvisor Reviews Bawe Island Zanzibar
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... t I? I just loved doing
It was so nice to just chill with my love, talking about our
future, our plans and what we expect from life. We played darts, drank
cocktails, listened to Bob Marley, went to the beach, danced around and most
important, just enjoyed the life right in that moment.
The next day, we had booked a tour in Jozani forest to see
the red monkeys. We just loved it, even if it was so hot and humid there. We
barely support it. ...
... I settled in for a natural pinnapple juice, beach boy left and then another lime juice as I refreshed and realized I had picked the perfect spot and time to watch the fishermen on their Dhows head out for a night of fishing.....amazing!! From there I went as quickly as possible back before the tide trapped me! Dropped off my stuff and in I went for a dip in the Indian Ocean again...go pro in hand! Inspired but a little late I decided I wanted to snorkel.
I found ...
... to watch tour guide Dan after some explaining bluntly responded wait he ***** the children! Which caused me and Vikki to wet ourselves in the back of the car. We then spent the rest of the journey enlightening, much to his shock, tour guide Daniel that many of the characters he liked where actually gay in real life and not the macho man he envisioned. After a amusing journey we arrived at our destination of Nungwi village in Zanzibar and picked a hotel, which had an ...
... books out very quickly. We tried to get a spot but no go. All booked up. Run by a gay Londoner who was very pleasant to us when we went there for lunch and he was quite disappointed that we could not stay for dinner tonight. Emerson died about 2 weeks ago. He appears to have been the entrepreneur of Zanzibar with his finger in a few pies and possibly...... No I won't say that.
Of course Zanzibar is the birthplace of "FREDDIE MERCURY" from Queen. He ...
... the way back before it got
dark. We found a cool beach bar (Livingstone Beach Restaurant) for
sunset and watched the beach boys perform acrobatic flips to some
nice background music. The next day we visited the former slave
market which now sits an Anglican church. It was cheap to get in and
we saw where they used to hold the slaves while the guide explained
the history. Basically the Arabs used to sell the African slaves but
it was the British ...