Michamvi Sunset Bay Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... dressed women mix dough in preparation to make Zanzibar pizzas and the men stand around talking politics. For the true Zanzibar experience a visit and a meal in the plaza is an absolute must. A visit to Zanzibar would not be complete without taking one of the many spice tours on offer and a couple of days relaxing on the ...
Today we organized a private tour of Stone Town, the capital of Zanzibar. This is a series of islands, with our resort and Stone Town being on Unguja Island. This island is the approximately the size of Prince Edward County but instead of a population of 25,000 like we have, theirs is 350,000. 1.5 million in all of Zanzibar. This island has a distinctly different look and feel than Kenya as it is a mixture of cultures, Swahili, East ...
... I asked him if I could get a taxi here and he said yes, but to hold on...stay on the bus. lol. He went out and talked to the taxi drivers then came back on and asked what I wanted to pay. I told him and he went back out. He then escorted me with the taxi driver to the car. Seriously---they look out for you here and it's a good thing cause I'd probably be mobbed with folks seeing a weak white unicorn.
At the ...
... reminded me of Christmas at home :( Lemon grass, mint, ginger, tumerick, aloe Vera are just many I can remember there were hundreds. The freshest of fruits that we tasted were; passion fruits, coconuts, yellow and red bananas, water melon, green and orange oranges, pineapple and cucumber which were all divine, then followed the ***** :( there were also trees and flowers used for medicines and ...
... at 8.30 and left for the Darajani Market where we met with our friends.
The Darajani Market is an interesting place to visit. Itīs typically busy from the early morning hours. The market itself is divided into various sections – fish market, meat market, chicken market, fruit and vegetable market, spice market etc. We were able to see people attending a fish auction. We just walked around for approx. 1,5 hours enjoying the local atmosphere.
Silvia and ...