Zanzibar

Now part of Tanzania, this island has become a honeymoon destination for many Europeans and well-to-do Africans. It is still known for its spices, beaches, and being the former main exit for the East African slave-trade. Then in the 1970s and 1980s, Zanzibar became famous for being the birthplace of Freddie Mercury, lead singer of the band Queen.

Zanzibar: Name Alone Sounds Exotic

Zanzibar: Name Alone Sounds Exotic

Just saying Zanzibar sounds exotic. Didn't Crosby and Hope take the Road to Zanzibar?  Now part of Tanzania (formerly two countries: Tanganyika and Zanzibar), this island has become a honeymoon destination for many Europeans and well-to-do Africans.  Still known for...

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