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Travel Blogs from Malindi
... au ventre nu, serpent autour du coup... ouai j'avais la même idée en tête...) une leçon sur les serpents faite par des "trayeurs de serpent" professionnels. Ils travaillent tous à la plus grande ferme de serpent en Afrique de l'est, la Bio_Ken farm!
Impressionnant! Ce n'est pas tous les jours que l'on rencontre un mec qui se tient à 3mètres de toi et qui t'annonce très distraitement que le serpent qu'il tient dans la main est mortel et qu'auncun ...
... the SBS, the kids still ran
around and managed to burn more calories than they took on board and
CPSB and yours truly took advantage of the hotels bikes. Don't get
too excited it doesn't mean we were in training for Karoo to Coast!
Once we'd managed to lift the blocks of metal cleverly disguised as
bikes and figure out how to put the stands away, a quick 10 k's up
and down Watamu was more than enough - the only hill in site was up
the hotel drive way
... back and she said he must do it.....teehee Paul, very lean and very fit and a real interesting chap. Rupert, owns his own marketing business, looks lean and fit. Beattie, can't wait for me to finish book so she can read it!! Nikki, has run marathons before. David, runs marathon, lives in Newbry. Lea, blond from Denmark (had to be one!), lives in UK now. Susanne, lovely lady that lives in Belfast and has her own decorating company. (All except Mia, Paul and myself are on ...
Day 3: Marafa
I rented a no-brakes motorcicle and I ventured north along the coast.
As soon as you exit the touristic zone the quality of the infrastructure becomes very poor. Here is a fallen bridge on the main higway going north from Malindi
... water in the houses so everyone (including myself) collects our water from either the salt well or the fresh water well. I'm wondering how long it'll take me to stop carrying the water jugs in my hands and feel confident enough to balance it on my head. I wonder if my neck is strong enough? All the village women seem to think I could handle it.
There is also no electricity in the village. The members of my household ...