Jangwani Seabreeze Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
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Hi guys! Here's a long awaited update. It's pretty long and I started each of them the night of that day, but always fell asleep before finishing and then finished them in a different order. Anyhow here ya go :)
7/5 Today was great! Our itinerary was to go to the beach, so that's always a good day in my opinion. First we ate some breakfast of eggs on toast and an avocado smoothie which was really tasty. We hung out on the balcony after getting packed and ready ...
... Tiles, motifs, murals depicting the colours and themes of Africa were everywhere.
Maree added to her collection of electronic plugs and gadgets – earning the nicknames 'Plugger’ and ‘Gadget Girl’.
It took a mere 3 hours to fly to Dar es Salaam – back to a third world, colourful Africa. All was green with rain teeming on the palm trees on our arrival. After Zimbabwe, the visas were easily obtained ...
... women. Then in the afternoon I found out how serious Tanzanian's take their bible quizzes ... It might have all been in Swahili but I sure could feel and hear the tension and challenges, including the main one, which I was told was over the shortest verse in the bible ... And yes it is indeed the same as in English! ... Saturday evening saw us at another meeting which involved traditional costumes and dances from each corps (church) area of the ...
... on the beach (the bar was in the sand). Just what we wanted! We swam in the hot sea and chilled. In the evening we said a sad goodbye to Laura and Teun who had been with us from the start. Laura had also become my surrogate mother helping to organise me and not loose my passport (Which was ...
... had been traveling all day and was excited to drop my bags. It was a cool place, with a distinctly rasta vibe and the owner Ali was very friendly. It dawned on me when I got there though that I was the only guest in the entire place! The plump middle aged Austrian man I had saw earlier, named Gerald, turned out to be living in a bungalow and had been in Zanzibar for two months. After eating dinner with him, which was Octopus curry (best octopus I've ever had), ...