Sandies Coconut Village

Address: Casuarina Road, Malindi, 868, Kenya | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Casuarina Road, Malindi.
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        Travel Blogs from Malindi

        Moping around Malindi

        A travel blog entry by brian.day.5245 on Apr 20, 2013

        2 comments, 3 photos

        ... fellows who are ripping you off! The greater moral of this story is that her reaction to moneyed matters is 25 light years distant from that suggested to me by 'people in the know' who warned me against being partnered to a Filipina. They are, they said, light fingered and have countless dependent aunts, out-of-work uncles, crippled cousins, dying grandparents and insolvent best friends who are inclined the same way. The reality is that I am ...

        Farewell Campers!

        A travel blog entry by nathaliandcie on Feb 28, 2012

        8 photos

        ... walk... and big surprise during the walk I saw some very weird movement in the water (high tide) so I came closer to identify the phenomenon and saw a big darker area... waited a few minutes, nothing... and when I was just about to turn round it happened again the dark spot was in fact a fish band and they were all jumping together out of the water and this a few 3 meters away of the shore and me! Very beautiful choregraphy! Unfortunately ...

        Nathalie&Cie plays Jackass

        A travel blog entry by nathaliandcie on Feb 19, 2012

        22 photos

        ... Marche le long de la plage, exploration des crevasses laissées par la marée basse (le dîner était là... de bonnes grosses murènes&crabes), exploration florale des alentours...

        L'après-midi était un peu plus active... Visite du village prénommé Timboni.
        Pas franchement accueilli à bras ouverts dans ce village aux 10000 habitants et 25Km de longueur... Enfin il faut dire que j'était la seule EU a pénétré à l'intérieur de cette branche ...

        Glass towers

        A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Jan 12, 2012

        39 photos

        ... rucksack from which they could probably produce everything. This type scares me. The remaining pair were a German woman who sounded like an American who lives in Nairobi, and her English niece, Dippy.
        Nani's staff fed us and looked after us well and Dippy was very relieved to swell the ranks of the non Germans.
        A quick trip to the “loo” (and a quick shout at Australia) was a must before we headed off back down the beach.
        It was ...

        A massage like no other I have ever had!

        A travel blog entry by trudells on Sep 25, 2010

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... Zoe told me to take it easy, and I could FEEL why. I was a wreck for at least 30 mins. Completely exhausted, and shaking like a leaf. I actually perspired during it, and I know Zoe was drenched with sweat from the amount of effort she used to do it. Still, I went to the boxing, and once I had my wraps on and the warm up was started I was well into it again. The last boxing session that Joash gave us had resulted in the ...