Kitu Kidogo Cottages

Diani Beach Road, Diani, 80400, Kenya | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Diani Beach Road, Diani, is near Julius Safaris Day Trips and Ringo Safaris.
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Travel Blogs from Diani

Final Countdown - Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

A travel blog entry by s_sarkardei on Dec 22, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... for me, at the time I got the news I was participating in a three day cycling tour in Wessex, UK - tour of Wessex, which was cycling 300 miles in three days - although upset and disappointed, I was able to take it out on my bike. Uncertain as to what would be my next move, I remained in the UK for the next couple of months, working closely with my placement managers - whom were brilliant in trying to find me a next placement and I became their top priority - Two weeks ...

Sun, sea and street boys!

A travel blog entry by charlottewright on Aug 06, 2013

3 comments, 10 photos

... centre to have a drink. Fortunately the weather brightened up so we all went to the beach anyway and had a lovely day, I slightly burnt but have now turned a bit browner! Saturday was Caroline's last day with us so in the evening we went to Belle Vista for tea, a local small restaurant, and then we had a very emotional goodbye when she left for the airport around half 11pm! The problem with this project is meeting so many amazing people and having to say goodbye! ...

Into Africa

A travel blog entry by brian.day.5245 on Apr 14, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... public facility and just about as well cared for. Tired, uninspiring and promoted beyond its merits are all descriptions that spring to mind. It seems, nonetheless, to keep the undemanding masses, mainly locals, satisfied enough with bottomless drinks, virtually non-stop food and raucous, animated shows in the evening. To be fair, accepting that it is a venture pitched at a level of community demand and is designed to shake coins from ...

The last supper

A travel blog entry by carynjw on Mar 22, 2012

3 photos

Had another good day at school. It's all finally starting to click. Some of the kids that have been struggling came up to me 'Madame, look!' with a massive smile on their face and they had got it right. Now I don't know if this was down to my teaching skills or they have learnt it before and now they are remembering it, but all the same it made me shed a tear. Makes me realise why I have spent the time in Kenya with these beautiful children.

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To the 'desert' and back!

A travel blog entry by kate.stock on Mar 07, 2012

3 photos

... knowing that prostitution and HIV/AIDS is high in areas associated with major transport route, Mlolongo is a very different situation compared to Ngong Town where I've been working over the years. Just taking two steps after getting out of the matatu (public form of transportation in Kenya), it was obvious that this was along a transport route! Unlike Ngong where there is green rolling hills and rich red soil beneath your feet, the ground in Mlolongo is ...