Seaview Resort

Lamu Road, Malindi, 00 800, Kenya | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lamu Road, Malindi.
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Travel Blogs from Malindi

Monkey brochette, anyone?

A travel blog entry by nathaliandcie on Feb 22, 2012

7 photos

... in the morning!
Small problem: the pool is only open at 7.00... yep now that I am an outlaw I might as well go for the full Monty!

After coming back from the pool & angry holidaybloodymakers &promises of being a quiet girl in the near future I was called by the gardener (who saw my interest in his work) who asked me to wait there a minute as he wanted to show me something...
So of course polite number 1788 didn't ...

Mangrove's Fauna&Flora discovery

A travel blog entry by nathaliandcie on Feb 16, 2012

3 comments, 19 photos

... au ventre nu, serpent autour du coup... ouai j'avais la même idée en tête...) une leçon sur les serpents faite par des "trayeurs de serpent" professionnels. Ils travaillent tous à la plus grande ferme de serpent en Afrique de l'est, la Bio_Ken farm!
Impressionnant! Ce n'est pas tous les jours que l'on rencontre un mec qui se tient à 3mètres de toi et qui t'annonce très distraitement que le serpent qu'il tient dans la main est mortel et qu'auncun ...

SBS goes posh and SB gets neglected...

A travel blog entry by spongebobsquad on Aug 29, 2011

8 photos

... the SBS, the kids still ran
around and managed to burn more calories than they took on board and
CPSB and yours truly took advantage of the hotels bikes. Don't get
too excited it doesn't mean we were in training for Karoo to Coast!
Once we'd managed to lift the blocks of metal cleverly disguised as
bikes and figure out how to put the stands away, a quick 10 k's up
and down Watamu was more than enough - the only hill in site was up
the hotel drive way

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A Marine park and me

A travel blog entry by maclaren on Aug 01, 2011

... than Mombasa but still quite rough with a little debris, apparently the wind is coming inland from the ocean and creating the rough seas, which are normal for this year.

I relaxed on the beach in the afternoon in relatively solidarity before heading back to the hotel and chilling in the evening watching movies. I did however flood the third floor of the hotel by simple having a ...

Oh the pain the aches..why why why?

A travel blog entry by trudells on Sep 19, 2010

1 comment, 6 photos

... in essence, swim around the island in the middle to the other side. Quite daunting when I get puffed out swimming one length of a tiddly pool, let alone 4km! Heidi told the 'slow' ones to go first, so I was straight in there. I started doing the breast-stroke and after about 6 strokes I started to ache. Back, neck, shoulders, and thought there is no way I can do this for that distance, so I changed to side-stroke, a bit better, and as the sea ...