Azanzi Beach Hotel
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... li>Pole pole = Slowly (step by step)Stone Town
- Zanzibar´s Stone Town is the largest settlement of its kind in the world, and has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
- There are over 1,000 coral “stone” buildings having architectural significance, and more than 200 carved doors.
- Stone Town is very much alive with busy, narrow streets, linking homes, shops, workshops, ad schools. In the afternoon, ...
... for a good fifteen minutes and settled on $10,000 or twice the local price as I later found out but there was no mention of the port tax ($8,064 TSH) which I would have had to pay in stone town so I was in front. I had a couple of hours to kill and my new friend Abdul was more then willing to spend it talking to me about life back home and how I should sponsor his visa so he could go and work on a ship in Australia. I felt bad with my half promises and avoiding a ...
... 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 ...
... stay here. Maybe to enjoy the entertainment area which includes a number of bars (including beachside bars), shisha room, the full, modern gym or spa treatment area, the salon for a holiday haircut or maybe it is the onsite diving centre and beach activities on offer that fascinates me. Overall though, this property I feel caters for people simply who wish to relax, have options at their disposal and enjoy meeting other travellers. It will take a lot to beat the Hideaway. ...
... It was very fancy with a lovely view over the sea. We had a coconut breeze, which turned out o be a disgusting cocktail made inside a coconut. So after that we had some tanazanian beers. We then headed along to a night Market which was full of food stalls. We went for the seafood stall and I had some king prawns, lobster, mussels and coconut bread. Michael had tuna, barracuda and marlin, and he said they all tasted the same. After that we were full and tired so had another early ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet