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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Diani
... water rather than swimming too far. I had a vision I would emerge from the water like a 'Bond girl', with beach waved hair and golden tan...I'm afraid to say that after losing my balance a couple of times and going under, I was more like a drowned rat with skew whiff sunglasses!
It is very very breezy down there and I realised I had had enough sun after a few hours so I headed up to the place I had booked to ...
... I was going to get round the fact that there would still be nearly a full pot of peas left. I couldn't be rude and leave the peas completely so I made sure I had some...I didn't chew and swallowed them whole washed down with plenty of water!!!!
I decided to go out and do the tourist thing again after lunch. Based on the top of the old town stands 'Fort Jesus'. This is a Portugese fort built in the 1500's to guard the old port of Mombasa, and was a ...
... split up and I found myself alone in the restaurant filled with locals. Everyone was ducking under the tables and behind the bars as we heard a few more "bangs". Eventually things calmed down on the streets, everyone kept assuring me that things were okay and I was safe and the doors to shops opening a little bit more and people funneled back onto the streets. I reunited with the other 3 back on the patio who had been taken up to ...
... We loaded onto the ferry and were warned to keep our windows shut to avoid an sneaky hands reaching in! However, the queue for the ferry saw us offered everything from SIM cards to hot coffee and nuts. A stop in Diani and stock up on supplies found a supermarket stocked with everything from pringles, suitcases and electrical supplies! Another hour and we descending down a red dirt road to the village. Lunch was at the Reef Hotel with ...
... to have it, but there was no way I would ever be able to get that into my luggage and at that point we were leaving and no more time to find a smaller piece of wood. As Kathy had mentioned I ended up with a piece of ebony about 2.5” thick and about 5” long. Got it for $2. I’ll figure out something to make with it even if it is only cutting off slices to use for bases on other projects. Ha. This part of the trip made my day!!
(J) After our tour, we came ...