Palumboreef Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We got up early to get our transport at 5am, and we went on our way. We were subjected to more 'African timings' when we were told it was 10mins til a restaurant…which we arrived at 1hour later! The traffic, however, was not on our side as we slowed right down when we were in the Dar es Salaam region. We were meant to arrive at the port at 2pm to catch ...
... story to 10 different people :) Must-do in Zanzibar!!!
After arrival in Paje we started looking for a place to stay. As usual we were being followed by local guys. We went to several different resorts or hostels, quoted in all of them and finally decided to stay in quite a cool hostel called Original Teddy´s Place. The hostel was located directly on the beach. It provided a great view of the Indian Ocean. It was very calm and empty.
There was another ...
... of palm fronds so we were all decked out and island looking. I bought a few things while I was there, I'm so excited to try the coffees! After we left, we drove to a five-star hotel called Karafuu (I think) to have dinner. The hotel was absolutely gorgeous. I've never ever been in that nice of hotel before. Dinner was buffet style, we were all stuffed! They eat so many carbs and starches here its nuts. We were all kind of sleepy from travelling and eating but then the dancers ...
... them calling after us
Our whole drive we were met with similar situations where every child would run up but then say "money" or "pesa" (money in Swahili). Pretty much if we stopped to take pictures of anything even the adults asked for money. It is interesting how this view of tourists, and probably white people in general, has been so instilled into them. However, ...
... 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 ...