Ogali's K-Coast Hotel

Address: New Malindi Rd Opposite Caltex Mtwapa, Bamburi, 10150, Kenya | Hotel
 
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Location

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

Fantastic First Day

A travel blog entry by sairjg on Jan 06, 2014

4 comments, 3 photos

... to have to care about what you look like...I am loving that freedom.

Going back to yesterday morning. My first experience of the shower at the volunteer house. The shower is freezing cold (anyone who knows me knows I hate getting into cold water)......I have never been so glad of a cold shower. There's not so much as a shower curtain in sight to stop the chicken looking in, but there is a (rather skanky looking) brush to wash the ...

Final update from Mcupa!

A travel blog entry by charlottewright on Aug 13, 2013

3 comments, 16 photos

... usually a early English service, followed by a service in Swahili. Overall a lovely day!

On Monday I led a maths lesson on the use of matatus- the transport form we use to get around Mombasa. We focused on the prices of different journeys and what people would pay for various trips. Some children were also able to work out what change would be required when paying with large amounts of cash. It was a really fantastic lesson as the ...

The Rwinkwavu Way

A travel blog entry by casey.stockton1 on May 20, 2013

15 photos

... only for people who are tired of living." My parents really liked that one.

On a more deeper note, having my parents come here and going out to dinner to enjoy ourselves, I have begun to further recognize how lucky I truly am - to be able to eat 3 meals a day and not worry if I can afford it, to be in good health, and to even have parents in a place where that is a rarity. It is so cliché to say that experiencing life in a developing countries “puts things ...

African queen part 2

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

... the exact same IPod as I do. His music follows a similar order to this:
Kylie.
Dolly.
Cirque du soleil - KA

I'm pretty sure he would listen to James blunt but as I stated previously I control the iPods. And that's never gonna happen on my shift.

So we head for lunch and chat with Ruth. She tells us she is leaving today. She tells us that it's because she has some issues with funding her daughters education and at the moment she is on trial here and you don't ...

Minus points leah

A travel blog entry by lcullins on Jul 03, 2012

4 comments, 6 photos

... br> 13. Every night when I'm brushing my teeth outside I say "I wonder if I"ll see a shooting star" I never do- but the stars are AMAZING
14. I've become an automatic mouth breather in the latrine which is nice.
15. All the whiny moments I have are totally outweighed by the amazing moments I have with the people here.
16. I look forward to my bucketbath at night. The view from my "shower" is way better than at home.



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