Coral Key Beach Resort Malindi

Address: Mama Ngina Road, Malindi, Kenya | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort is located on Mama Ngina Road, Malindi.
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    Travel Blogs from Malindi

    Beaches and swimming pools

    A travel blog entry by lottieuganda on Jun 13, 2014

    ... countries or they had foreign visitors. The town was eventually deserted and it is not clear why, though it is possibly because the wells all dried up. There is not written record of the town which is rather remarkable. Other than this we have spent our time relaxing by the pool, walking along the beautiful beach and drinking beer - certainly can't complain about that! The evenings have been spent in the bar where I made up for my lack of white wine over the last 5 ...

    To the Indian Ocean

    A travel blog entry by humpy29 on Feb 24, 2014

    13 photos

    I was up at 4:20 this morning...all these trips seem to be getting earlier and earlier. But don't worry Dear Reader, there is method to this madness. Katie, George, Gpop and I are about to embark on an adventure to the coast to see the Indian Ocean. Hugh's mother, Sylvie, owns a beach house in Malindi and she has kindly offered to let us stay there for 5 nights so Gpop and I can see the coastal side of Kenya. Now, I was told well in advance that ...

    You're my butterfly, sugar baby!

    A travel blog entry by nathaliandcie on Feb 20, 2012

    27 photos

    ... are as usual very knowledgeable! We learned again a lot about free range butterfly farming and all its whereabouts (It is now official Nathalie&Cie will start a free range Kipepeo farming in her bathroom!).

    The Gedi ruins are fantastic to see (especially if you think that none of the tomb have been opened as yet...) a really captivating history well presented by Alphas, our guide.
    The guy is smaller than me (difficult to imagine, I know), ...

    Love doesn't work like that

    A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Jan 13, 2012

    12 photos

    ... general leatherwork shack, piles of coconuts, pineapples or mangoes... and each shack lit at night with a single candle. Everywhere are tuk tuks, bicycles, people walking, children running, and men lounging by the side of the road, busy as busy.
    In the centre of the village, there is a supermarket. Ahah! The stock here is variable and unexpected. Yes, we have Hob-Nobs. No, we do not have meat or chicken.. well, not today ...

    Sand Dunes at Che Shalet

    A travel blog entry by trudells on Sep 28, 2010

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... suicidal I suggest a Tom Sharp or some such book. Do not go near this one!

    It was another boxing session this morning, and even though I have plastered up my war wounds of my knuckles, they still managed to take another beating, so I need another few days to heal.

    Anyway, just before lunch today we have kettles and then we have the afternoon off whereby Paul and I (and Maya I think) are going to go to the snake farm.

    Still undecided ...