Breezes Beach Club & Spa, Zanzibar
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
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... to the other side of the island. We drove through beautiful lush gardens and large tropical trees past the National Park to beachside Bwejuu, a scruffy little town with our hotel right on the beautiful beach with it's back to the dusty town. The Sahari Hotel is small and uncomplicated. A true beach rest with a good restaurant, no ...
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... small lobster pizza and an octopus arm. The vendors recognized us and were happy to have us back and talk with us again--we promised a lot of Stone Town kebab grillers that we will tell Obama they say hello. We fed and pet many more cats, too, of course, and that was perhaps a more fitting final Zanzibar activity than the dhow cruise would have been, anyway. Cat Tally: 118 or so Nachos Tally: still only 2, but we did get guacamole TWICE in Stone Town, which has tided me over ...
... well was awesome ! In the start/finish point we got a lunch table with all the fruits we saw ( papaya, passion fruit, dragon fruit, clementine, mandarins, green orange, Seville orange, jack fruit, Pamela grapefruit, even cucumber) and with vanilla and green grass teas:) In the evening we met another volunteer Margo from the Netherlands, spent night on the porch with tea and talks :). For future travelers: dolphins tour with lunch: 55$ Spice tour: 25$ Local beer in pub : 4500tsh ...
... the cool breeze and the vibrant sunset. After, we went to Forodhani Gardens for dinner. These waterside gardens were alive with dozens of vendors selling grilled fish and meat, sesame bread, and more, which you eat while sitting on the grass or a bench. The food was delicious, and you could get it for a great price as long as you were ready to shop around and bargain. Overall, we had a magical day in Stone Town. I would have loved to stay another, but we never had ...