L'Oasis Beach Hotel Kizimkazi
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... came back after 2 hours or something. But then the attack of mosquitos started the heat just increased, pastors wife sprayed something against Mosquitos all over the house an we were choking because of smell and texture and it was the most terrible night here so far.. Interesting facts: 1) Zanzibar is full of amazing doors. They are just simply amazing. They are mostly made of Palm trees and mango trees and are really tough. Already got the magnet with zanzibarian ...
... some of the worst we've seen anywhere. It's not helped by the fact they're building some sort of rapid transport system, with a lot of work going on. The air is thick with dust, and visibility is bad. We get into the centre of town, and we're told this is the best the traffic's ever been, probably because it's a Saturday. Some of us are led to an open money exchanger, where we find out just how sly the Austrians on our trip are. For a $50 or $100 US note you get ...
... opening after over two years of work will be in the coming weeks. Yet why do I like this one so much more that the wonderfully described (if I do say so myself) Kilindi Zanzibar? As noted, the Kilindi is a boutique, small hotel with everything one could wish for should they wish to enjoy a secluded getaway. The Hideaway (located near another property called The Star of the East...a nice 4 star option), however offers guests more entertainment, more space, more options whilst ...
... a small propeller plane. The flight was fine but the descent and landing were scary in the tiny plane. During the flight we got another view of Kilimanjaro - it was a whole lot more impressive! It was pretty much the same height as the plane was flying. Got to Nairobi airport where we had about a six hour wait for our flight to Bangkok. So we had some food, went to buy some souvenirs but they were too expensive, and sat reading or books waiting for the flight which was at ...
... for lunch (camping food is delicious but it gets a bit samey so it’s nice to have something a bit different when we get the opportunity). The pizzeria described itself as "a little slice of Italy in Zanzibar", but when Jay tried to order a beer in the 30 degree heat, it turned out they didn’t serve any alcohol – he was devastated!!
We went on a spice tour where we learnt how ...