Kibokoni Hotel

Address: Malindi, Kenya | Inn
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Moping around Malindi

A travel blog entry by on Apr 20, 2013

2 comments, 3 photos

... Haven’t I learnt anything about living in Africa?

Still, the articles were interesting, as the Guardian’s usually are. Australia’s carbon tax was being internationally heralded as duplicitous. While electricity consumers were being pinged for more than 100% of the carbon price, the nation was shipping “squizillions of tonnes of fossil fuel” for burning around Asia. Thank you Juliar – another good ...

Farewell Campers!

A travel blog entry by nathaliandcie on Feb 28, 2012

8 photos

... bay! :-)

PS 2: Rosie? I had to cut down your seashell collection due to packing space! Sorry (still got a few though so no panic "my dear old thing"!)

PS 3: Bumble Bee? I read the "Ice Princess"in 2 days flat... you do know your books! Thanks buddy!

PS 4: Cheeky Kathi? Thanks for the weather forecast! Cauliflower soup& homebaked cake is on! You know where I hide so just turn up for a 1000pics fairy tale! Be warned :-)

Nathalie&Cie snakes it !

A travel blog entry by nathaliandcie on Feb 18, 2012

25 photos

... Mida Creek guide made my belly turn upside down! He told me that he was only eating twice a day because of childhood habits... not enough money to have 3 meals a day! That made me re-think my own childhood (especially when my mum was trying to force some black pudding Ó la franšaise down me... I did hate her for that... maybe not anymore! Mummy you are off the hook now!!!)
Oh and just a quick tip while I am at it...before taking a pic of someone ...

Gecko games

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Jan 09, 2012

... to Ocean Sports for a dinner of grilled fish with Swahili sauce, chips and salad, which by all accounts did little to dilute my starter which had raw garlic as the main ingredient. Nice.
This is a beach that turtles frequent to lay their eggs on, but we saw no evidence of that tonight walking back. The beach was deserted, the moon full and the sound of the ocean overlaid any other sounds.
A great way to finish the evening.


Back to the grind! - BOOT CAMP!

A travel blog entry by trudells on Sep 22, 2010

2 comments, 5 photos

... then repeat, for 4 minutes. So rather tired after all that.

Glad to be back though, 2 reasons, 1 - the sooner we get into this the sooner I get to leave boot camp!, 2 - Because I really enjoy this. I'm finally loving it. It's much better being the oldies, knowing what is coming! :-)

Tomorrow is looking like one hell of a day, running, then brekkie, then swim of some sort, then extra session again for oldies, then kettles.

Friday ...

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