Diani Sea Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... common black kite. So at the minute I feel like a kid in a candy shop (if you’ll forgive the Americanism). I keep being told there are loads of animals out there but so far they’ve been tantalisingly out of reach. Luckily tomorrow I’ll get to head into the forest, and the real adventures can begin.
PS The arrival of my bat detector has caused quite ...
... or the dance as the lady who makes fabrics out front here. The house here is amazing, the decorations and architecture. There are no screens on windows, everything is open. All doors and windows have to be closed from 11-5 for the monkeys. We've had one get in almost everyday. It's funny the first time, but then it's just annoying. The first day it got in my pill container eating about 20 melatonin, some Tylenol, Ibuprofen ...
... the port and then went back home, we had to get some sleep!
Our general impression about Mombasa and Diani Beach wasn’t the best. Mombasa itself is like most big African cities: dirty, poor and chaotic. Diani Beach could be a nice place to relax but the place that we chose to stay was not good for this. It was good just for partying, plus the beach boys made it really hard to have a rest on the beach. I think Mombasa was not one of our favorite spots! ...
... road several times in his effort to get us there. Luckily in Nairobi you agree to a fare in advance, and it doesnt matter how long it takes, otherwise our fare would have sky rocketed. At 6.45 he suggested we would be better off walking the last part, he pulled over, grabbed our bags and walked us a few blocks to the corner to make sure we went the right way! He pointed out the short walk to the train station, waited for a break in the traffic and ran with us and our ...
... know that I'm repeating my previous blog, and although I would have thought before ' what's so nice in all this?' ...I can now say, it was a life changing experience...
As one of the founders, papa Pasci, is a Belgian guy, off course we could not let 21st of July, the Belgian national day, pass without making a big day out of it...the day before, the man volunteers killed the cow that they had bought... After a too short night out, with a bit too much alcohol, the 21st ...