Driftwood Beach Club
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I quickly skipped in the direction of the bathrooms to be welcomed with a hole in the ground, with some loo roll next to it. I turned round to Katie and all I could say was 'You have GOT to be kidding me?!' I tried my best to relieve myself without peeing all over my flip flops and ran back to the car to carry on with the next 8 hours of the journey. Half way through the journey we stopped at the Sikh temple in Makindu which Gpop had always ...
... to their backs. Others wanted to offer advice about how I should be looking after him (yes I know he needs a hat but he keeps pulling it off his head, thank you very much...) I don't know if it was the excitement of the morning, but E didn't want to have an afternoon sleep until about 6pm, and then he kept waking overnight. He still has a cough and runny nose which I'm just hoping his immune system can fight. Here's to an afternoon nap for all of ...
... of what followed...
After settling back in the matatu (Kenyan bus), I shared with the others my will to buy a bottle of some typical Kenyan alcohol and was seeking advices... Without warning the driver made an 180 turn an drove back down to the ruins site. All very surprised we asked him what was the matter/fire. He told us that their was a typical African bar down there which was serving Mnazi!
Now have you ever been or seen an open bar in ...
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A visit to the internet hub of the village was called for. Yes, she had computers, an internet connection, a printer, photocopier AND a scanner! We were in business.Looking round there were stacks of the sort of computers, screens, monitors and towers I have not seen for decades. And all the accompanying paraphernalia as well.
Obviously she also sold water, pots and pans and even a kid's sit in ...