The Sands at Nomad

Address: 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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      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Diani

      Indian Ocean

      A travel blog entry by sairjg on Jan 18, 2014

      5 comments, 10 photos

      ... into a beautifully decorated shack and the African music was played at just the right volume for a wonderful atmosphere.

      It was obviously a childs birthday party and it was a delight to see them all running round the beach wearing face masks that sparkled in the sun, and laughing with joy!

      The water was warm...easy to get in to...not so easy to swim in though. It was quite choppy so I just enjoyed being ...

      Meeting the boys

      A travel blog entry by sairjg on Jan 07, 2014

      10 comments, 3 photos

      Tuesday 7th January 2014

      The alarm went off at 6.30am - I am still not used to the climate so was awake a lot of the night again even a huge fan blowing through the mosquito net doesn't seem to give much relief from the stifling temperature.

      We left for the rescue centre with Irene at 8.15am, and she acccompanied us all the way. Although we had been into Mombasa a couple of times yesterday, the journey was in the opposite direction ...

      Hakuna Matata, it's all about flexibility

      A travel blog entry by on Aug 22, 2013

      22 photos

      ... feeling! The feeling of being a Ugandan abroad! I never thought I would get this after only 4 months in Uganda...)

      Nairobi is a busy town, noisy, crowded, not very beautiful but still with some nice spots, like the parks with the little lake (or big pond) right in the city centre. We met a nice guy, he is a pastor and friend of someone we know from our organisation, who led us through Nairobi and showed us some interesting places (after we ...

      The Rwinkwavu Way

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

      15 photos

      ... in the post, made a basket cut, and he dropped me the sweetest, most buttery look-away bounce pass. I almost missed the layup because I was so excited that he did that. Matt and I had to pause the game and give the kid some love.

      We have continued our “match” nights at the library – using the library’s projector to show kids some basketball games. Every Wednesday night, the kids pack the library to watch, and it gets pretty rowdy, ...

      Few Corrections and Reflections

      A travel blog entry by lcullins on Jun 20, 2012

      6 comments, 19 photos

      ... br> Back to community talk from my village.
      First of all, these people are happy. Do not think that because they don't have tv or new shoes that they are suffering. They are surviving and not "suffering". The children play and laugh like children everywhere. They are some of the most ingenious children I have ever seen and it makes me think "what are we doing to our children in America by putting them in front of the tv?" Also, there ...