The Sands At Chale Island
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
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... white sands, with bright blue waters that make it hard to see where the ocean ends and the sky begins. Breathtaking!
The beach was so quiet, a few people scattered around but apart from that pretty empty. I found some shade and took in the view. Not long afterwards a large group of people arrived...clutching balloons, flowers, decorations and a huge pair of speakers. The shade shelter next to me was ...
Friday 17th January 2014
I couldn't believe it was Friday already. Time has flown by and I now feel fully settled into Kenyan life.
The cat that lives at the house, Jerry (or Jerry-cat as Irene likes to call him) has taken to following me everywhere...this morning I went for a shower and came back to him stretched out on my bed. I have tripped over him several times because he darts in and out of my legs as I walk. I only have to say hello to him to ...
People have asked me, "what is the scariest thing you have ever had happen on your trip?" and now I can say without a doubt that it happened in Mombasa. Both before and after my scary moment I had a wonderful time in the city and thought it did have character and charm, unlike the guide books say. Mombasa is the second largest city in Kenya, located on the southern coast what many people would refer to as a "poor man's" Zaznibar or ...
Jambo was the call that greeted us from the village children as we arrived in Shimoni. this afternoon They were plenty of waves and smiles as we trekked across the rocky coral, laden with bags and supplies to the house I would call home for the next 12 weeks. --------------------------------------- -------------------------------------- An early morning meet and greet and we were packed into the mini bus, gas bottles and all for our 2 hour journey ...
... Rift Valley, producing a wide variety of foods, also flowers, for export. I wanted so badly to buy a bag of the fresh roasted and salted cashews but honestly since my little bout of Mao-Mao’s Revenge, I am just not willing to take a chance on local food. So unfortunately, there won’t be any stories this time about us eating things like deep-fried scorpion as we did in China. The colors and smells of the bazaar reminded me so much of the Egyptian markets, but the poverty ...