Kivulini Luxury Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... myself as I turned around to find George, with his curly head wrapped in a bandanna, looking like a pirate. We were all quite hungry after setting off at 5 o'clock without having any breakfast, so we soon found the kitchen where we had a brunch of potato curry, dal and milk curd. It was all very yummy, and with full tummies we headed off on the next part of our journey to the coast. As we got about 2 hours away from Malindi, you could tell we ...
... towards the shore. The boat couldn’t go there as it had once been beached on a sandbank and had to stay there all night!! We arrived back full of bonhomie and still managed a fair-sized plate of dinner!
So; all good things come to an end. Would we come back? Maybe. As a jumping off point to somewhere else it would be good but as a regular trip – perhaps when we’re about 75 and have been to the other places we want to visit.
Kwa heri for ...
... peps and with an endless knowledge...
The old bird kept asking questions to check if we were listening... felt like being back at school! Very hilarious though! As we were all playing the Chinese Nikon, nobody was really paying attention... that is until he told us he would confiscate our cameras if we were not more carefully listening :-))
So Nathalie&Cie's rating for the trip: 4stars out of five!
But actually I'll make it a five ...
... lady, *clicking of tongue* and she had not responded well to his suggestion that he should just take a second wife.
“Love does not work like that for me” she concluded.
Shops in Watamu are generally shacks by the roadside. Either cleverly constructed from old misshapen and 5th hand sheets of corrugated iron and cardboard, or the traditional mud and banana leaf design.Shops with ...
... more than normal). All the others took a walk into town via the beach. When they got back it was onto the roof for movement and mobility again. A couple of my toes are sore, and I think I might be close to getting blisters from the bare foot running, hopefully not though.
I think I have simply had too much sun today. The sand dunes was in the open, as was the run and as was the roof top mobility session. I took a dehydration sachet before dinner ...