Kibokoni Hotel

Address: Malindi, Kenya | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Malindi

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 ...

Run baby, run...

A travel blog entry by nathaliandcie on Feb 27, 2012

10 photos

... of a Kenyan family etc... they are proper chatterboxes when you launch them on a subject they like! I even have now a list of things to do and see which are not (or not always) tourist traps! Cool, no?
I did feel more intelligent when I came back (that is until a 8years old asked me if I could speak Italian... and was looking very disappointed when I told him I couldn't. Nathalie&Cie being told off that is!)

I later took the time ...

Scary movie

A travel blog entry by nathaliandcie on Feb 17, 2012

2 comments, 11 photos

... during the journey:
African women carrying heavy load on their head while back packing their toddlers... that is what you call "Strong Women"!
One family villages with traditional houses (so out of place in comparison to the luxury villas built along the beach)
A local holding a cattle's head in a bucket... wonder how they cook it!
Kids walking on red hot sand (without shoes) and showing no sign of discomfort... (I had flip flops on and ...

Well what dhow ya know!

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Jan 07, 2012

1 comment, 26 photos

... through the water smoothly and covering a fair amount of ground.
Then the drumming started, with the sound stretching out over the gentles ripples of the water. Almost a full moon, at one point we sat in silence and listened to the sounds of the Ocean in the distance (or was it a motorway?) and the occasional bat/bird noises around us.
What a great way to enjoy an African night!
Moon river, African style.


The punishment is too much...

A travel blog entry by trudells on Sep 19, 2010

1 comment

... a better representation of what it actually is.

In saying all this...I love my skimmed milk and I think I will still drink it. Here I have had no milk at all, and only full fat home made yogurt. Still everything in moderation and don't overeat I think is the main rule. I like my milk though, and can not imagine me not drinking that when I get home. Also like my beer, my diet coke, my skinny cappuccinos and my oats (rolled!...not that sort). Beer tomorrow!!!!! ...

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