Hotel African Pearl

Address: Lamu Road, Malindi, Kenya | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lamu Road, Malindi.
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        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel African Pearl Malindi

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Malindi

        To the Indian Ocean

        A travel blog entry by humpy29 on Feb 24, 2014

        13 photos

        ... stop at for lunch. It was absolutely stunning! It did look quite strange, in the middle of a Kenyan town to find this amazing Sikh temple with lush green gardens surrounding it. We jumped out of the car, and after a few lunges to get the feeling back in my legs, we went to have a look around the temple and the grounds. As it is a Sikh temple we were all asked to cover our heads when entering the buildings. This caused me to have a little ...

        What's at Watamu

        A travel blog entry by bevj on Jan 31, 2013

        45 photos

        ... is quite a lot to do in the surrounding area, but the other trip we did was to take a dhow journey up Mida creek at sunset. The quietly creaking sails and soft sunshine lulled us into calm – helped along by frequently proffered drinks and snacks. The boat had a top platform where you could sit on mattresses and chat. We soon found out lots about our fellow companions and an interesting lot they were too. Some got into a wooden canoe and set off to see ...

        You're my butterfly, sugar baby!

        A travel blog entry by nathaliandcie on Feb 20, 2012

        27 photos

        ... are as usual very knowledgeable! We learned again a lot about free range butterfly farming and all its whereabouts (It is now official Nathalie&Cie will start a free range Kipepeo farming in her bathroom!).

        The Gedi ruins are fantastic to see (especially if you think that none of the tomb have been opened as yet...) a really captivating history well presented by Alphas, our guide.
        The guy is smaller than me (difficult to imagine, I know), ...

        Love doesn't work like that

        A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Jan 13, 2012

        12 photos

        ... cost about 12, and not 40. I mean, for 12 would one expect to have walls? My young lady was pitch black Priscilla, with the pink toenails, whose hands felt like they were borrowed from the Incredible Hulk, but with more strength. Yikes.
        Well, I could still move afterwards, and actually felt de-knotted, so thumbs up for Priscilla!
        This young lady is 28, divorced with a 5 year old boy. She said she had found her husband ...

        Sand Dunes at Che Shalet

        A travel blog entry by trudells on Sep 28, 2010

        2 comments, 14 photos

        ... and I couldn't find the entrance back to Baraka, the beach looks the same all the way along, and because of the trees you can not see the houses behind them, and the opening are all the same, so my cool down was walking for another 10 mins until I found where I lived again.

        I have been feeling a little out of sorts today though, I thought the run might help, but not so much. I have had a headache most of the day, felt quick sick and my back has been ...