Breezes Beach Club & Spa, Zanzibar
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- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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... Im useless, but Jon gets an A+. Of course with these organized tours there is always a chance to purchase the local produce, and we go away with some fresh Zanzibar coffee beans and ginger and mint tea, it actually smells delicious and I look forward to making a cup back home. The tour continues into Zanzibar’s old quarter, called Stone Town. Its a fascinating maze of narrow streets and alleyways that lead us past numerous old houses and mosques, ...
... herself with boiling water while trying to get some tea. At least she knows where is toilet and how to use it. People here in the house eats with fingers. Even rice; they squeeze it among fingers & than just put it in the mouth. And not even only at home. When we went with them once to restaurant they did the same; with ugali (national disgusting food) and meat. :) Hygiene is not very important thing here. For example girls stays on the couch and ...
... as the first night, but more due to familiarity than any change in the meal. On Friday we went on a spice tour. It wasn't one of the well recommended tours, but one we thought we'd find interesting. And interesting it was. Quite fascinating really. After a short mini bus trip to a spice farm, along with 7 other clients, we were guided through the plantation of various spice plants. Only a week or so before had we discovered the natural origins of coffee, something we're ...
... we go... We have to be very careful of the sea urchins. There are a few young native men also out fishing with stick like spears. They are catching squid. One started talking to us and teaching about what to see and what direction to walk. He was creeping me out. We ended up turning around cause it was difficult to walk and the fisherman. Another stopped us to show this gorgeous star fish with bright red on it. He then proceeded to want to take us to ...
... some local children playing outside and we passed these on to them to play with, which went down a treat.
Our further education that afternoon included finding out more about the slave trade and learning that if you order 'fish’ in a restaurant in Stonetown you might well get something resembling a burnt pork chop. With this knowledge under our belts we headed to the night market to try our luck instead and were very pleased to get a good plate ...