Ogali's K-Coast Hotel

Address: New Malindi Rd Opposite Caltex Mtwapa, Bamburi, 10150, Kenya | Hotel
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This hotel, located on New Malindi Rd Opposite Caltex Mtwapa, Bamburi, is near Namib Desert, Nguuni Nature Sanctuary, Mundulea Nature Reserve, and Airborne Kite Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Bamburi

Boys are hard work!

A travel blog entry by sairjg on Jan 16, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... your hair', and one of them insisted on stroking it like a dog.

I got a guide to show me round the Old Town. It it really beautiful up there, with lots of different styles of architecture..Portuguese, Indian, British to name a few.
It is clear to see the Indian influence here in Mombasa, with touches of Arabia too. I understand that it is very much like an Indian city (Mumbai/Delhi) and is quite different from most African cities. The Old Town ...

Kenya Railways - Nairobi to Mombasa

A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen on Oct 03, 2013

18 photos

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The friendliness started at the train station restaurant where I was looking to charge my phone and was invited by John and Joseph to join them at their table and use an outlet next to them. Their English was okay and we had some good conversation; they were intrigued by my travels, where I came from, what I was going to do and why I was traveling solo. Since they were interested, I went through some photos of the ...

Diving in Diani

A travel blog entry by steveandjanna on Jul 07, 2013

6 photos

... be bad business to not take us out. He had agreed to let Saidi take us diving on the big boat. All of a sudden, we were back on track. We thanked him profusely and promised to meet him after our lunch to fill out paperwork. The beach seemed much more full of life at this point and I could appreciate the camels and the Maasai Mara tribesmen who roamed the beach (neither of which were from anywhere remotely near Mombasa). After lunch we quickly filled out the forms ...

African queen part 2

A travel blog entry by andrew.lukaris on Jan 08, 2013

... wages for 6 months. If find this very hard to believe but she is very nice.

Now I worked in Spain for many years and to make better tips I used to tell some people that I lived on the beach and washed my clothes on rocks. It used to work sometimes. But in all truth the people I used to get the cash from travelled on holiday by coach. When I used to go on holiday I would fly so it was all said for tips.

I also used to tell people that the reason I was working in Spain ...


A travel blog entry by jbdsalem on Nov 10, 2012

22 photos

... our guide interpreted for us, and taught us how to return the greeting. Then the villager took us into his hut, explained various functions typically performed within, and demonstrated trapping, gardening, bow and arrow shooting, blacksmithing, and finished up with music using instruments made of natural materials. Our guide interpreted throughout. Then it was on down the path to each of the next four "villages" for a similar demonstration. We were able to ...

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