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Travel Blogs from Malindi
This past weekend I was able to travel to Malindi. It was billed to be a beautiful seaside resort and lived up to every word. As soon as I got off of the plain I was immediately hit by the humidity and the lush green view of the scenery around me. It felt like a tropical paradise. This time, I traveled very lightly and had no "issues" with my …
... is pretty long. So when I said to Katie, 'What long like 8/9 hours?' I wasn't expecting it to take over 12 hours. All I can say is poor George (but a huge thanks) for driving us cackling ladies 12 hours straight! About 4 hours into the journey, my bum was getting rather hot and numb, and my bladder was feeling quite full. Still, keeping very British about it I did not need to pee on the side of the road as George kindly found us a place to ...
... 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 ...
... patte à patte)!
La journée s'est ensuite éclaircie jusqu'à devenir idyllique! La promenade dans la mangrove kényane, avec passage sur le pont "Indiana Jones" s'est terminée par une ballade en canoë traditionnel sous le flow de chants kényan... et ouai je me suis vraiment sentie comme la pouf présente dans une de ces pubs vantant les mérites de vacances paradisiaques! Un rêve accessible, pour de vrai!
Ibis sacrés, flamingo, crabes soldats, tortues ...
... table – followed by the usual arguments – a
second and third pass – more arguments and then dessert, very happy I wasn't doing the dishes. The Bullet and the Bee were happy they managed to make it to breakfast most days just as we
were leaving, lunch was around the pool and then the kids ate at
6.30pm with Kids Club so there were no food fights or arguments in
the evening, we even managed to steal away and have a quiet meal for
I think ...