Malindi Breeze Point Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Malindi
... Mida Creek guide made my belly turn upside down! He told me that he was only eating twice a day because of childhood habits... not enough money to have 3 meals a day! That made me re-think my own childhood (especially when my mum was trying to force some black pudding Ó la franšaise down me... I did hate her for that... maybe not anymore! Mummy you are off the hook now!!!)
Oh and just a quick tip while I am at it...before taking a pic of someone ...
... highly original, they are so him. Fun, but with a deeply serious side too.
Turning left there are a few hotels and bars edging the beach and screeches of machiato brown Italians. The series of tatty beach hut stalls selling beach wraps and hats etc. are all suitably named, with John Lewis, Harrods, Selfridges, Argos, Tescos, Bicester Village, Del Boys and, naturally, Marks & Spencers all proudly but squiffily painted on the ...
... We also went into the Arabuko Sokoke Forest NP, but due to further unseasonal rain we didnt get too far in (no elephant shrew, but plenty of baboons and awesome slave ants!). Finally, we got to the Marafa Depression, this amazing geological feature was definitely worth the trip up, so many photo opportunities! Plus the guide sold us the ...
... work them anyway, and b) because regular sit ups actually work the hip flexors and thighs as much as the stomach and back, and we end up in a sitting position, as we are at desks, at home, in cars etc etc. So they try to ensure we are not in that position too much.
I had a massage with Elizabeth today, and she is really good, and she really hurt the sides of my feet and my back, but feel better for it. We spoke for the whole hour and she is a bit of a ...
... a day. Great fun and we saw quite a lot of starfish, angel fish, little barracuda, puffer fish.
For lunch they stopped the boats on a sand bank and set up the braai (barbecue) in the sea. I couldn’t believe it?! Very cool. Only in Africa! Lucky there were only very small waves. On the menu was barracuda, crayfish, prawns, rice and fresh mango's ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool