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an island in the Indian Ocean off the east coast of Africa

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I'm initially nervous about spending seven days on a boat with strangers, but shortly after boarding in Kendwa, in the north of Unguja, it becomes apparent this trip is going to be different.
With the main urban areas, Unguja registered the steepest drop of, from 26 percent in 2010 to 18.
Right: A street stall in Stone Town, Unguja in Zanzibar offers a few choices from Tanzania's famously varied urban cuisine
Tanzania was once the world's largest producer of cloves but the decline of the spice trade, natural disasters that hit the islands of Unguja and Pemba, and socialist policies negatively impacted the sector.
The two main islands, Unguja (normally known as Zanzibar Island) and Pemba, provided an ideal base for the Omanis, being relatively small, and therefore fairly easy to defend.
Zanzibar and the Serengeti Think exotic and mystical, spices and beautiful expansive beaches, traditional fishing villages and wonderful wildlife a enjoy the best of both worlds between Zanzibar and the Serengetia[bar] Zanzibar The Zanzibar archipelago is made up of around 50 islands, with the main island being Unguja, which is what most people call Zanibar.
Unguja is generally flat and sandy whereas Pemba's terrain is hilly, fertile, and heavily vegetated.
After the screening tests, the remaining serum was divided into 2 aliquots: 1 was stored at -20 [degrees]C at the sample processing site for performance of the IgG ELISA at Mnazi Mmoja Hospital in Unguja, Zanzibar, and 1 was dispatched to the L.
The island, known as Unguja in Swahili to Zanzibarians in order to distinguish itself from Zanzibar city, is dotted with beach resorts.
From there electricity will be distributed throughout Unguja (the main island of Zanzibar).
A rigorous analysis of Zanzibar's politics cannot afford to run away from examining critical factors like the polarization between Pemba and Unguja Islands, ethnicity, race, class, the Union between mainland Tanzania (then Tanganyika) and Zanzibar, and electoral irregularities.
Our second recipe is Unguja biriani, or local Zanzibar biriani curry.
Zanzibar Police Commissioner Mussa Alli Mussa said: "The ship's manifest shows that the vessel travelling from Unguja to Pemba islands had more than 500 passengers on board.
Zanzibar is made up of two islands, Unguja and Pemba.
dispersus was noticed in 2002 in Unguja Island Tanzania but there is uncertainty about its introduction and spread in Kenya.