Azanzi Beach Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Snickers, Kit Kat and plain , youhouuuuuu!!!
Tomorrow we are going to our pool session at the diving centre. The girls have wanted to go diving for a while now and here is the perfect place!!Michael and I were booked for snorkeling because we have done the diving before but in the end change and decide to go diving with the girls. I am a bit anxious because when we did it 10 years ago I had like a little panick attack as soon as I was ...
Finally here !!! Finally in Zanzibar, yeeeeaaah! Flight from Dubai was shaky - seriously ! But probably people who are not that concerned about flights didn't even notice:). Also there was a great steward( how to spell this word?! :D) who came time to time to ask how things are going on the flight ! He became the best friend of Darata who was bringing wines for her :D So Honestly I fell asleep and maybe first time in my life while on the flight and this was ...
... s policy of keeping you in the dark about arrangements until they are about to happen – we’d not been told we were getting a ferry). We do a hurried conclusion to the pack, and walk half a km to the ferry wharf. There are plenty of people already there, and a combined car and passenger ferry is on its way in.
Nyika organises the tickets, and hands them to us as we all walk through the turnstiles. He will shepherd us all the way to the Zanzibar ...
... to the dive site on the Mnemba atoll which took about 30 mins, dropped off the divers and then moved to an area not far away but more suited to snorkelling.
Jumped into the sea, stuck my face in the water and was amazed at the spectacular corals and fish directly below me. Swam away from the boat and it got better and ...
... in 2008, it was one of the abandoned buildings of the last Sultan of the area. Built in the 1850's, it was the home of many a Sultan until the early 1980's when terms dictated that they must move on. All 18 rooms therefore offer a history lesson as to the times and tribulations of the previous Sultans and as such each room is different. Whilst it is billed as a 5 star, for mine it is best suited to those who wish to stay and learn, rather than those looking for a top class ...