Kaskazi Beach Hotel

Address: Diani Beach South Rd, Ukunda, 80400, Kenya | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Diani Beach South Rd, Ukunda.
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    Travel Blogs from Ukunda

    Like a kid in a candy shop

    A travel blog entry by hgilbert on Aug 25, 2014

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    ... talk to staff and volunteers the more I just want to get out there and see what I can find! I’ve already come across both Syke’s monkeys and yellow baboons, but have yet to see the species which will be the focus of my research – Angola black and white colobus monkeys. I’ve also seen so many amazing birds, but so far have only managed to identify a couple, including ...

    August 4-8

    A travel blog entry by postmah on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... medicine. Another day it got a little bag of candy the kids have been rationing spilling nerds all over. The boys and Megan like running from floor to floor to try to hit the monkey with a sling shot they provide. They have mosquito nets that I tuck into the mattress but Megan and I keep getting a few bites at night. We've played lots of games. Boyd taught us Hearts which has been a new favorite. We've also done a ...

    The life of a beach bum

    A travel blog entry by beanerabroad on Oct 13, 2013

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    Mombasa weekend!

    After plenty of thinking and planning our long weekend in Mombasa has finally rolled around! All I had to do was get through one day of placement!
    It was another day of going to meetings with Moses while her talked to the community health centers about the cervical cancer screenings we run. The most eventful stop was the first, very near a school, because we were followed by loads of kids shouting "howareyou" and "mzungu!!" In Thika the ...


    A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen on Oct 04, 2013

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    ... on the roofs of buildings and decks staring at us as we walked by. It makes you feel vulnerable, being so obviously different, not knowing the layout of the city and not being able to understand the language they are speaking to each other. Omar and his friend made us keep close with them and we packed onto a a matatu. When they told us that the amount was double what we knew it should be, we didn't believe them, but found that everyone ...


    A travel blog entry by belindakerr on Jul 28, 2013

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    ... shillings) for a plate of fish, beans, spinach, cabbage, chapati and rice. Dad I sussed it out for you- Ikg of reef fish is 200 shillings. Forgot the cutlery- it was African style! Need to remember to keep a stash of hand cleanser handy! It's back to the house after setting up my room- I moved out of the smelly, mouldy room into a smaller slightly fresher setting. Set up the mosquito net over the bed and I'm ready for an early night! Good night ...