Seaclub Tropical Village

Malindi, Kenya | Resort
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This resort is located in Malindi.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Malindi

Moping around Malindi

A travel blog entry by brian.day.5245 on Apr 20, 2013

2 comments, 3 photos

... fellows who are ripping you off! The greater moral of this story is that her reaction to moneyed matters is 25 light years distant from that suggested to me by 'people in the know' who warned me against being partnered to a Filipina. They are, they said, light fingered and have countless dependent aunts, out-of-work uncles, crippled cousins, dying grandparents and insolvent best friends who are inclined the same way. The reality is that I am ...

Farewell Campers!

A travel blog entry by nathaliandcie on Feb 28, 2012

8 photos

... damn it! I did it again!)

After shoveling down a quick lunch (breakfast being still present) I went to visit the turtle sanctuary (a me, myself&I job ... no flying Henry) and OH GOSH! I arrived just at the right moment!
They were releasing a turtle back into the sea!
The missus is 7years old and has been rescued from fishermen...
She was hurt but after good care she was able to be released back and go wild again ...

Nathalie&Cie snakes it !

A travel blog entry by nathaliandcie on Feb 18, 2012

25 photos

... system in Paris... same Jungle really!)

-Trading:
Kenyan people are very very persistent. As soon as they classified you as a new tourist (easy... just need to look@ your color!) they will hassle you to death... it is quite tiring... and remember everything needs to be negotiated!Don't take the negotiation as a game though (which you want to win absolutely)... the money they make is their wages... some tourist tend to forget ...

Just another day in Paradise ...

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Jan 05, 2012

34 photos

... on a beach in Kenya and about to come over to the UK to celebrate his 60th birthday. Would I like to join them? Yes indeedy. Yay!
That quirky gene was not just still present but now equally well developed and prized. There is just some sort of connection. We seem to be hewn from the same rock.
It is comfortingly peculiar to be with someone whose language, fund of stories and base vocabulary are so familiar. I guess our fathers ...

Back to the grind! - BOOT CAMP!

A travel blog entry by trudells on Sep 22, 2010

2 comments, 5 photos

... ups, which killed me enough, but we had to do 5 sets of the circuits and, in total, we did 50 Turkish Getups with the kettle bells, along with other arm exercises. Part of the warm up was skipping, now I can skip, but not like the boxers skip, whereas all the coaches can, so that is how we are asked to skip. The ropes here are plastic and not great and smart like hell if you whip them on your toes, but I did give it a go, and I have to say I am s**t. How ...