Seaclub Tropical Village

Malindi, Kenya | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Malindi

Moping around Malindi

A travel blog entry by 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

... we wouldn't match the puff!)
- Monta Lizard (did you know that they are used as "living bins"?)
- Crocodile...
and most amazing of all... I could hold in my hands a Chameleon! a Chameleon! I just can't believe it! Still makes me smile now... Whaouuuua!

As you can imagine I had to be double more careful while pedaling back to the hotel so "high" I was!(I did stop though for a few wild pics!)

I did arrive ...


A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Jan 08, 2012

5 photos

Sitting down on the beach later in the afternoon watching the waves break on the shore, one slowly becomes aware of the teeming crab metropolis all around. The first obvious signs are the myriad of holes... of all sizes to accommodate the different sizes of crabs. XS to L they are all represented.
As these Ghost Crabs are for the most part the same colour as the sand (funny, that) it takes a while before one sees them, but as your eyes switch in, ...

My rest and relaxation time

A travel blog entry by trudells on Sep 21, 2010

18 photos

... nice and we had a few small, and I mean small glasses of wine with the meal. Still didn't sleep well.

Up early to do some of my **** exercises and stretching and tennis ball rolling, then breakfast and then, as I am doing very little now, I thought I could manage on a few apples and nuts rather than a full lunch.

I then also had a few spa treatments, a reflexology that ...


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