Seaclub Tropical Village
Travel Blogs from Malindi
... pasta, and finally the buffet, then desert, then coffee and cheese. Never quite made the cheese at the end. The food selection at the buffet had to be seen to be believed to. At least 8 choices of meat dishes, plus veg, rice, potatoes etc. And the same for desert. Didnt quite sample all those either. Was delicioso.
Town nice enough and did venture there for an hour - once.
... not very welcome to their village! A bit of a blow though! I thought I could get my Christoph Colombus costume out for the day :-(
Nathalie&Cie (&Henry) were a bit down when traveling back...The dreadful traffic didn't help (very heavy on Sundays) but then meeting up with one of the resort trainer (also on a 2 wheeler) a few meters away from the hotel brightened her day until senselessly they decided to compete for the one who ...
The garden boy having been dispatched by the maid to buy a mango for our breakfast, we had time enough to take in the great view and plan the day. Another frenetic day doing sweet FA.
One of the day's highlights was watching the geckos on the walls and ceilings. There is one who lives behind the mirror and he comes out to eat in the evening. Making a very studied and slow approach, he spies up the flying beasties on the menu and limb ...
So that was the end to our Friday.
One thing we did find out was the answer to Kaya's riddle/lateral thinking question he posed the night before. It went like this:
A man walks into a restaurant and order Vulture, he takes one bite, walks out the restaurant and commits suicide. Why?
We are only allowed to ask him closed questions (so he can only answer 'yes' or 'no').
Want to know the ...
I have yet to meet anyone who hasn't been touched by HIV/AIDS. I have just finished a book entitled “The Wisdom of *****s” that argues that we need to stop focusing on the “innocent wives and children” and instead put our energy into those at high risk such as drug injectors and sex workers. While I think these groups are both really important, I am living in an area that has been greatly affected by the epidemic ...