Blue Bay Village

Address: P.O. Box 162, Watamu, Kenya | Resort
 
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Location

This resort, located in the Gotthelf area of Watamu, is near Watamu Beach, Watamu National Marine Park, Kikambala Beach, and Kipepeo Aquarium.
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      Travel Blogs from Watamu

      Time to depart!

      A travel blog entry by s_sarkardei on Apr 23, 2014

      35 photos

      ... There are all kinds of walks of life, which come and go in a place like this. And for someone like me whom has stayed here for a month, I get to meet all kinds of people. Most of them are volunteers working either for A Rocha or other organisations. I am hoping to keep in touch with a few and perhaps meet up somewhere in the world!

      The dive master course has been quite relaxed. In between the course I have been working with another NGO based in Mombasa, called ...

      2014 is going to be an amazing year

      A travel blog entry by s_sarkardei on Jan 02, 2014

      30 photos

      ... the 5th, but I really like this place and can actually do some work as I am staying here at Shelly's house and also Chloe and Luke are driving to Nairobi in couple of days time, so they asked me to go with them instead. My boss, is not unhappy either, as he told me he will use my seat as an extra space to spread!

      highlights of Kilifi for me have been: Distant relatives, being only 5 minutes away from the beach, great accomodation, great food, lots of seafood, cute ...

      Acrobatics

      A travel blog entry by markbaker on Apr 12, 2013

      7 photos

      ... 56kg and 80kg). The are strong animals and can give you a nasty gash with there flippers if you're not careful. Once in the back of the van there is hardly enough room for the fisherman we've brought along (and back to his hut) and myself. My journey back home involves me adopting a contortionist approach. I lie, stand, crouch, lean and balance, at one point with my **** out he window, in the back of the ...

      The breakout

      A travel blog entry by markbaker on Apr 05, 2013

      5 photos

      ... this culinary inspiration home with me. For a lifting session in the afternoon we need to move a selection of logs, tyres and kettle bells from one side of the volleyball court to the other. I'd rather play volleyball. Afterwards it's another massage for my weary limbs. It's Kai's birthday today so we get a similar cake and singing routine from the really great kitchen staff. We also give her 2 bars ...

      Project Mark

      A travel blog entry by markbaker on Mar 30, 2013

      1 photo

      ... healthy, nutritious diet. Welcome to Wildfitness. It's not all bad, we are located in a large villa overlooking the beach and luckily a breeze. It's nice to get into a sophisticated room to cool off and pamper a little. There are 9 people on the course. More about them in the coming days but they all seem normal & friendly. Not the hyped-up, drugged-up fitness obsessive posers I was worried about meeting. The afternoon session begins with a mixture ...