Petey's Island

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


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

14 photos

... 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.


Easter on the coast

A travel blog entry by burles on Apr 01, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... raining pretty hard. My favourite way to leave a place is when it is raining because the weather is pushing me away. It was raining badly, but it was a hot rain so to was really uncomfortable to water a rain jacket. We got into a boat, which was packed full with all of the other people who were going to the mainland to catch the noon bus to Malindi. There was a heavy tarp material covering the boat, protecting us from the rain, but it trapped all of the air in so it was hot ...

The Coast

A travel blog entry by samdendy on Jun 21, 2011


... We hadn’t organised accommodation yet but we had a few options. Our host mum Maggie had recommended one place that was $10 a night. Ashley and the guys were staying in a place that could fit all of us - but we lost them after we got off the bus so we just went to the one Maggie suggested. We were greeted by a very friendly and energetic man named Simon who was very keen for us to stay at his place. He had a big house and then two little private cottages. He told us the ...

A little slice of paradise on the Kenyan coast

A travel blog entry by julesandjen on Oct 15, 2010

94 photos

... mossies each night and made again each morning. The only negative we would say was that it was a dry hotel which we didn’t find out until we were already settled in - but it’s a minor point as I’m not drinking due to the antibiotics and hey, it’s about time us girls had some time off. So we embrace the many delicious fresh fruit smoothies instead.

Swali is a lovely old man who has lived ...

My time in Kimori

A travel blog entry by marrakeshtocape on Apr 16, 2010


... two science practicals. One took place at the school and involved mixing soap with different hard ans soft water and seeing which created the most lather and then which cleaned a handkerchief the best, and the other took place at the local fish ponds, where tilapia is bred. This particular outing was memorable for two reasons - the first being hat I must have had my photo taken at least 20 times with students and teachers who all wanted their photo taken with 'mzungu', and ...

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