Petey's Island

Address: Lamu Waterfront, Lamu, Kenya | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Lamu Waterfront, Lamu, is near Shaba National Reserve, Roaring Rocks, Lunatic Line, and Elephant Watch Safaris.
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Travel Blogs from Lamu

Lamu

A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen on Oct 05, 2013

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... inviting and it is a city with great culture. I wish that I would have been able to be a little more relaxed during my time there, but definitely glad that I made the trip. Instead of taking the bus back I treated myself to a flight to Malindi that I booked in the morning, which cut out about 4 hours worth of commute and made for a scenic flight.


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Easter on the coast

A travel blog entry by burles on Apr 01, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... Spear fishing is really fun, but really *********e of us caught anything, except bad sun burns from being in the water for so long. Luckily, the dhow captain caught around fifteen fish, which he cleaned and barbecued on the boat. After lunch, we sailed to a beach where six other dhows were hanging out. There were people playing soccer and just relaxing on the beach, so we did the same for a bit. At the end of the day, we sailed home in the sunset. We woke up on Monday and ...

The Coast

A travel blog entry by samdendy on Jun 21, 2011

2 comments

... bike/car things with a carriage in the back – hard to explain but have a look at some of the photos. When we got off of the bus we caught a tuktuk to the ferry. The ferry transports people across a river/lake thing connecting the city and outer Mombasa. The ferry ride is free and it’s packed to the rafters. We had to be careful with our luggage because pickpocketers are quite common. From there we caught a matatu to Diani Beach where we planned to stay for a ...

A little slice of paradise on the Kenyan coast

A travel blog entry by julesandjen on Oct 15, 2010

94 photos

... br> But we’re swayed by the sea view and the double bed on the balcony at Stopover and take the mix up as a sign that we should follow. We’re not disappointed. The staff at the Stopover are amazing. We ate most meals on our terraced area overlooking the harbour and then relaxing on the Swahili outdoor bed. The room itself was beautiful, clean and very spacious with two double beds that are turned down and ...

My time in Kimori

A travel blog entry by marrakeshtocape on Apr 16, 2010

4 comments

... s book and so it wasn't too difficult to plan the lesson and it seemed to go ok. That week I taught this class a few more times and had prepared some more exercises relating to articles and felt that I grew in confidence a lot and started to really enjoy teaching them. I also did a few lessons with class six (had been teaching class eight) and helped out in a PE lesson (though had to be imaginative as they stay in their school uniforms and the one ball had gone off for the day), ...

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