The Sands at Nomad

Diani Beach, Diani, Kenya | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Diani Beach, Diani.
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    Travel Blogs from Diani

    This Time for Africa

    A travel blog entry by evy_duville on Dec 08, 2013


    ... know that:
    - My favorite African food is Zanzibarian pizza, Ethiopian injerra and South african braaiwors,
    - My favorite African saying is Nakupenda malaika, which means I love you my angel and Hakuna matata, no problem,
    - African people just love sitting, hanging or laying under a tree, which I can totally understand as it is just too hot to sit in the sun,
    - What I don't like about Africans is that they poke their nose no matter ...

    Degoretti and the matatu

    A travel blog entry by cat.richardson on Aug 26, 2013


    ... their situation, her grandson was doing extremely well, entering fifth standard (grade) and is always at the top of his class in his "marks". Other families that we visited were also doing fairly well, the mothers making sure their children were taking their ARVs and going to clinic when needed, and the children playing and getting into trouble like kids anywhere in the world. I think it's interesting walking through the slums as an American because my ...

    Getting to know the boys and visiting Kikumbala!

    A travel blog entry by charlottewright on Jul 31, 2013

    4 comments, 26 photos

    ... from the streets have now come. The rehab centre is just for boys, yet at the school there was some girls, however they only go during the day, yet they are currently building a girls dormitory.

    We saw the farm where the children and staff grow bananas and maize (one of their main food components). The children ranged from about 3 to 17/18. I met some gorgeous children who I think were 3 or 4 years old, who absolutely loved jumping around me. All of ...

    Quality Kenya

    A travel blog entry by thealfers on Dec 01, 2012

    3 comments, 51 photos

    ... we should have realised this as we left Hell's Gate to head back to Nairobi. We got in the Matatu taxi, expecting to be able to leave in about 20 minutes when the taxi filled up. Next thing we know the taxi heads off with just three of us in it. We tried asking the driver what was happening but we got a non-committal shrug of the shoulders in response. We then went on a bizarre trip around Naivasha town, speaking to mechanics, going past a shop and then ...

    This is a sentence.

    A travel blog entry by carynjw on Mar 14, 2012

    We attempted capital letters and full stops in English today, what a nightmare. I thought this was something they really would have grasped by now, I mean some have, but some really have NOT.

    I popped to Ratna to collect my clothes that I'm having made. Linda had forgotten the long skirt, the short skirt was too small and the dress was too big. Bit of a shame, but I'll be able to get it sorted.

    Visited Cafe Mocha ...