Blue Marlin Sporting Resort

Lamu Road, Malindi, 80200, Kenya | Resort
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This resort is located on Lamu Road, Malindi.
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Travel Blogs from Malindi

Another beach spot

A travel blog entry by travelwithjorg on Sep 06, 2012

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Together with Ukunda this is the main beach spot in Kenya. Malindi feels like a small Mombasa, busy streets with boda-boda's, matatu’s and bajiaji’s, a lot of shops, food in the streets, etc. For me this feels good and I stayed in the middle of town at Tana Guest House, a professional run guesthouse and affordable. The other side of Malindi is ...

Standby

A travel blog entry by nathaliandcie on Feb 26, 2012

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... study though.
I asked some local beach traders what they would do come the rain season:
Answer: some would become experienced fishermen while others would move inland to plant crops... that is until the summer season comes back again with its waves of tourist!
Oh (bis) and have you ever heard an African person speak Italian?
Not being naughty taking the **** out of them (or just a bit) I had to burst out laughing! It sounds ...

Nathalie&Cie snakes it !

A travel blog entry by nathaliandcie on Feb 18, 2012

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... et péril! La circulation est hmmm disons différente... la notion de priorité est très controversée... je ne sais même pas s'il y a un code de la route non bitumée!)
La visite de la ferme a été sensationnel...
Tellement de chose à découvrir et à apprendre... voilà une liste non exhaustive des espèces discutées&rencontrées:
- Serpents (Cobras, mambas, python, boa, Baumschlange, house snakes...Avez-vous déjà entendu parler du puff adder? ...

Crabbage

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Jan 08, 2012

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... than the jellyfish. But then maybe crabs don't eat samosas.
The crabs rush seawards in their strange sideways gait, sometimes at high speed, and lurk on the edge of the wet sand. As the waves come in, they usually race back up the beach. What is that all about? Are they waiting for a wave to take them out, or back? Is it a game?
Whatever, they whole effect is one of a fast moving game of Pac Man with all manoeuvres, naturally, carried out sideways.

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The punishment is too much...

A travel blog entry by trudells on Sep 19, 2010

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... would either help in the building of or would be needed to finish off a big sandcastle. I had to run up to a large stone and back to win the flag, Steph had to swim to get golf balls (Guard), Paul had to search for ribbons, Nikki had to do star jumps and other stuff to win a spade, Suzanne had to do short runs to win poles, and Lea had to fill a bucket full of water from the sea with a small container to get a tennis ball - the king of the castle. It was great ...