Diamonds Malindi Beach
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I can't believe we are here, where we planned to be all those months ago. Barefoot Beach Camp in Malindi, Kenya. There are palm trees all around, we have a deluxe tent with a four-poster bed, the ocean waves crash just metres from our front verandah, and only sand separates us from the restaurant. The meals are delicious, with fresh seafood, veggies, freshly baked bread and wonderful chilli and garlic oils. The staff look after us beautifully, and everyone coos over the ...
... adapted to the situation and in order to make some money out of the tourists you have to know Italian since the Italians do not want to speak English or Swahili.
I stayed at Tiki guesthouse in the middle of the village which was nice because I like this kind of stuff. Just waking up and walking through the streets looking for some snacks. It is cheap and you support the people who really need it.
... not very welcome to their village! A bit of a blow though! I thought I could get my Christoph Colombus costume out for the day :-(
Nathalie&Cie (&Henry) were a bit down when traveling back...The dreadful traffic didn't help (very heavy on Sundays) but then meeting up with one of the resort trainer (also on a 2 wheeler) a few meters away from the hotel brightened her day until senselessly they decided to compete for the one who ...
... but not for a whole night, thanks.
So here we were, the eight “remnants” thrown together for lunch in someone else's house. Max and his wife, Germans from Wiesbaden who had obviously both been to the same dentist. Large is not always best. She had also been to be ironed out, with not a wrinkle in sight. Next we had the two (east) German girls who were staying there. Professional travellers, the sort one sees in well worn sandals, faded sarongs and ...
... dizzy, like you do if you blow up too many balloons! Zoe does a mix of Shiatsu, pressure, reflexology, and another sort. It was unbelievably painful, and what I was surprised about the most was the amount of (what Zoe calls), emotional tension that was in me. Hope it's out now, don't really want to go through that again, as it was hellish for the hour and a half I was on that bed.
I went straight from that to another ...