The Cove Resort

Address: Kinondo Beach PO Box 5016, Diani, Kenya | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Kinondo Beach PO Box 5016, Diani, is near Julius Safaris Day Trips and Ringo Safaris.
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      Travel Blogs from Diani

      Meeting the boys

      A travel blog entry by sairjg on Jan 07, 2014

      10 comments, 3 photos

      ... and sat right next to me - telling me 'eat', 'I want share with you'. This was the only food he had in the world and he wanted to share! I felt awful.
      I did the gracious thing and ate - rice and beans (that are mixed into a paste type water and then poured over the rice as sauce) is definately an aquired taste.
      We left soon after and they all shook our hands and said goodbye. I loved them already.

      After lunch Steve and I headed ...

      Glorious Safari

      A travel blog entry by tomlukesafari on Nov 17, 2013

      We were picked up at 7:15am from our hotel to go on our day trip to Wasini Island. The bus took us to our boat in which took us to the island approximately 100km of the East Coast of South-East Kenya. We didn't really know what to expect.The locals rave about it but Luke and I had no knowledge of it previous to our arrival upon the island. It was around 8:30am when we arrived and we were instantly amazed by what we saw. Crystal clear waters, lush green flora and ...

      Relaxing with my Kenyan family

      A travel blog entry by beanerabroad on Oct 07, 2013

      ... the other end of the scope Vicki is young, opinionated, and kind of brassy. Rory is pretty mellow (he's a lot like the character Frank on 30 Rock, the one with the hats). Whereas I lie somewhat down the middle. I think the main thing that glues us all together is *******. For some reason being able to openly break wind in front of a group seems to crush all barriers and patch all differences (maybe leaders of the Middle East should try this?)

      Wow, not about Africa at all. I ...

      The Rwinkwavu Way

      A travel blog entry by casey.stockton1 on May 20, 2013

      15 photos

      ... here for about 12 days and experienced Kigali, Rwinkwavu, the national museum in Butare, the Nyungwe rainforest where we saw a huge waterfall and 20-30 colobos monkeys, and Lake Kivu, where we travelled to Amahoro Island and Napolean island (the island with 4 million bats). It was awesome having them here, joking, laughing, eating, meeting my friends here, and them seeing what life is like for me. They really enjoyed all parts of the trip. My dad especially enjoyed ...

      Few Corrections and Reflections

      A travel blog entry by lcullins on Jun 20, 2012

      6 comments, 19 photos

      ... m sorry you're sent left over $h!t food that even farmers wont' even feed to their animals." This is typical of "aid relief" unfortunately. I had prior knowledge of this, but it was the first time, I had ever been with someone on the receiving end of it. There are SO many uses for soy but they don't have the capacity to process and fully benefit from them.

      My scholars arrived today. One kid- this is his first time out of the ...