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

      Keeping the peace

      A travel blog entry by sairjg on Jan 15, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... and general madness of all of them was tiring. Omondi and Muhammed carried my bag for me (which is nearly as big as them) to the door and kissed me goodbye. They are so tactile and love cuddles.

      The afternoon was spent in the internet cafe uploading photos on here for you lot to see - it took 3 hours!!!! The PC's here are so bad and connection to internet not great so it was painful! I am glad I did though as it makes the blog look a ...

      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 ...

      Cocktails at last..

      A travel blog entry by itsem on Sep 22, 2013

      ... road several times in his effort to get us there. Luckily in Nairobi you agree to a fare in advance, and it doesnt matter how long it takes, otherwise our fare would have sky rocketed. At 6.45 he suggested we would be better off walking the last part, he pulled over, grabbed our bags and walked us a few blocks to the corner to make sure we went the right way! He pointed out the short walk to the train station, waited for a break in the traffic and ran with us and our ...

      Back to Mombasa

      A travel blog entry by alexobt on Jun 30, 2013


      ... a reputation amongst her fellow volunteers for getting inappropriately drunk at cultural exchanges with local Kenyans.
      Having just ranted against East African food, I feel I should add that there's the honourable exception of Mombasa, where Indian and coastal tastes create a delicious fusion of shwarmas and grilled fish. However to my taste buds it's still only just on a par with your standard UK kebab van.


      A travel blog entry by cmutravelling on Oct 07, 2012

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... the persistent hawkers in Egypt.

      The Blue Mosque, St Sophia’s church and the hippodrome are reminders of the religious and cultural heritage of Istanbul (Constantinople). We did the touristy thing and hopped on a half day tour with a guide to learn the history of these monuments. Luckily we did as the city was packed and we were able to jump the normal queues.

      Kenya next ...