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

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    Travel Blogs from Malindi

    To the Indian Ocean

    A travel blog entry by humpy29 on Feb 24, 2014

    13 photos

    ... myself as I turned around to find George, with his curly head wrapped in a bandanna, looking like a pirate. We were all quite hungry after setting off at 5 o'clock without having any breakfast, so we soon found the kitchen where we had a brunch of potato curry, dal and milk curd. It was all very yummy, and with full tummies we headed off on the next part of our journey to the coast. As we got about 2 hours away from Malindi, you could tell we ...

    You're my butterfly, sugar baby!

    A travel blog entry by nathaliandcie on Feb 20, 2012

    27 photos

    ... be drunk through a small bamboo straw with a filter at the end (quite an experience indeed).
    It tastes hmmm "Horrible" (but that's me talking... the other locals in the bar didn't seem to think the same!)... it is as well quite strong so beware!
    The alcohol can not be bottled up as it does generate many gas while fermenting... but the longer you let it settle the stronger the thing becomes! Oh and you don't actually pay for a glass you need to order ...

    Love doesn't work like that

    A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Jan 13, 2012

    12 photos

    ... A great location and engaging staff.
    Yet another good day.

    (Mitumba is a Swahili term, literally meaning "bundles", used to refer to plastic-wrapped packages of used clothing donated by people in wealthy countries. They call it "dead man's clothes, as to them, obviously no living person would let such treasures go. KqE a Witness programme explains it all.)


    The Kenyan Coast - Watamu

    A travel blog entry by meltin4 on Nov 29, 2011

    ... my guesthouse kindly showed my the empty pool at his friends guesthouse which I was allowed to use whenever I wanted. In between heavy rain showers I spent some time enjoying the hot sunshine here.I spent a day doing a couple of dives, where again ...

    Sand Dunes at Che Shalet

    A travel blog entry by trudells on Sep 28, 2010

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... we even got to hold them.

    Tomorrow is a big day, something called Lactic Lift off in the morning, (running intensely by all accounts), then sailing and kayaking and then later in to avo we have Beach Combo. Last time it was crawling and running in the sand, building massive sand castles and other such weird and fun stuff. I was commented upon last time for my shovelling ability. That's all thanks to Richard for getting me to help with the foundations in Kenilworth! ...