Makuti Villas Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... off is that the mansion is owned by a crazy lady who fortunately, is only there a quarter of the time. It surprised me how open the place was, no windscreens, sometimes even no windows. Distant relatives was the same, I wondered what would happen if a good storm kicked up and produced some horizontal rain... just get wet I ...
... about Christmas you usually get in the West and not here in Kenya, at that moment when they sang the carols and during the dinner, it really felt like it was Christmas. After dinner together with Shelly and Johan (A Swedish sailor) we went to town to explore some of the night life and music. We were not disappointed.
Christmas day, I went on a dhow, which is a Kiswahili term for a sailing boat, the old style boats made from wood. We were 8 from the backpackers ...
... across my upper arms. they itch but not unbearably. pop another malaria pill and hope for the best. and jmo boasts a large bit on his calf that appears to be a spider bite. ha, we are a regular mess!
it's another scorching hot day and the whole group is aching to be on the beach. so we all smash into tom’s little car and we’re off to mnarani club – a resort and beach front just around the corner. the guard at the ...
Off we went to walk through town with Goef - our Torina Co-Manager. He lives in Kilifi. It was a great tour. Grocery store, shops, Vegie Market, Post Office, merchandising shops, etc. The foot traffic was light as it was mid-morning. It was awesome to see how the people shopped. Nice. The grocery story was cool. We sent Nona a letter. Grace and dad played games in the pool. The evening was spent on a Dhow cruising the Creek and enjoying the sunset. A great last ...
... time for a pre-lunch swim and then a light salad and jacket potato lunch. And so we fell into our strenuous daily routine of eating, reading, swimming, pre-dinner fried coconut, a fish supper prepared in a variety of ways, Uno, Boggle, Charades, sleep, breakfast, reading, Olympics, swimming, a short walk perhaps and then lunch.
Other highlights included snorkelling in a marine conservation park, a tuk tuk ride to The ...
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