Palumboreef Beach Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... Saumu and Hanifa whilst Jacqui and I did a walking tour of Stonetown. It was very interesting and included an explanation of the famous Zanzibar doors, the Catholic Church, several mosques, Zanzibar boxes, Jaws Corner, Hamamni Baths, the Slave Market, the Old Fort and the fish, spice and produce markets. After our walk we met up again with Pier and Sheryl. Saumu had sent a gift....a lovely woven sisal bag. How sweet of her to think of us. ...
... ahead and my every pocket, sleeve, and sock is stuffed with gin sachets. I find the continuous pour into the fanta bottle is the most efficient way to get the best gin-to-mixer ratio. The music turns off at about 3am slightly disappointingly, and most of the less hard-core guests disappear soon after. All in all it's a good vibe, maybe not worth the flight over from Zambia as a couple we meet tell us they did (rather ...
... bring to a college study abroad program in East Africa. Ideas ranged from exploring the effects of tourism, to visual culture, to nonviolent political movements, to literature and oral history. We agreed that it is important for Earlham students to have the opportunity to study in the developing ...
... a look - the sun's going down so I stay sat on the beach until it gets dark while the others go and get ready for dinner. We go over to the hotel next door as we like the menu there better. It's pretty much on the beach. Towards the end of dinner these guys with various drums come out and sit on a little low level stage. After a while of them playing, some African dancers come out, sing a bit in a kind of chanty fashion, dance around a bit in a way I've never seen before, then go away, ...
... gear, wading offshore about 100 meters to where the boat was anchored. We followed suit: Scott, myself, and 6 young ladies who were traveling together – 5 nurses from Australia joined by an American in her last year of grad school. They were just wrapping up a couple months of medical service in remote areas of Kenya and Tanzania and a 10-day stay on Zanzibar was their kick back time at the end of their visit.