TripAdvisor Reviews Tamani Jua Malindi
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Today will be a very sad day for you guys...and a satisfactory one for you M'ladies!
Nathalie&Cie went shopping!!!
(main reason being the weather... we had a rainy morning... but no panic the clouds went away and the afternoon was hot&sunny as always)
Not much to report about really... (apart from that I don't really know how I am gonna pack the Kilimanjaro amount of ...
... with our guide through this very atypical flora! Everything was going roundly until we had to pass through what they call the "Indiana Jones" bridge... or more commonly known as a free hanging bridge... or in a woman's language a ******* scary unstable nightmare! We did make it (greenish in the face) to the bird watching hut where we had the chance to observe flamingos, crab plovers and my favorite one: the sacred ibis... Waouuu!
After a few very ridiculous ...
... re there. Again there wasn't the option of cottages so we hit the Turtle Bay Hotel where we'd been about three or
four years before. It's probably not a place that we would have
chosen being just your truly and CPSB, but it worked great – a kiddies
club (all day everyday) for the noise, a parents club in the shape of a bar, pool and
sun loungers for the village elders and as much food as you could eat
all day everyday!
SB was parked, luggage off- loaded ...
... voluntourists from my hotel, notable this included three Greeks, Nicolakis, Ireney and Despina. We checked out the turtle sanctuary, Watamu is famously home of all types of turtles and their nests, before heading down into the sea, which could only be described as exceptional rough, it was great fun. The evening was shared with the voluntourist at an excellent restaurant called The Old Man and the ...
So the jungle combo was good fun. Obstacle courses, in and out of trees, playing about a bit like kids and ending with a really intense timed circuit. Great fun. One of the things I did learn about was that only one cashew is found in one 'large shell' and to get at the cashew it requires you to either heat the shell or crack it hard, and this is why they cost so much! They are abundant here though.
Thurs 16th Sept
Ok, so the ...