SheShe Baharini Beach Hotel
Travel Blogs from Tiwi
... ostriches and giraffes.
We made it to Tiwi beach that evening, just south of Mombasa. Our choice of accommodation was unbelievably perfect and I couldn’t stop smiling that evening, overjoyed at our beautiful location. We had a huge beach banda all to ourselves, with two large bedrooms, a kitchen, living room, bathroom and veranda, placed no more than 50 metres behind one of the most beautiful beaches I’ve ever seen.
The bandas ...
... Gary delighted in dragging me into the bat cave for a closer look at the winged devils, much to the bemusement of the fishermen! On our final night we were invited to the Cheryl & Arty's cottage (the managers of Sand Island) for cocktails. A few Moscow Mules later we wandered merrily back to our cottage, taking in a final nighttime view of the beach and happily forgetting that we'd be back on the "Lunatic Line", as it is affectionately known, to ...
... We both really love Mombasa. It is much slower and laid back than Nairobi. It is also like being in a different country because of the large Muslim population.
I leave tomorrow to head back to the States. I feel like I have had a lifetime worth of experiences in the past two and a half months. It will be interesting moving forward to see how the insights gained, personal growth, and expectations for future trips will play out.
... craziest traffic I have ever been in (bikes, people, tractor trailors, construction, trees in the roads, buses throw it all in a mixing bowl and that's the traffic here. IT's insane. Abdallah is a great driver. I only thought we were going to die one time- and let me tell you, there were probably more than only one time we had a chance at that.
We drove up the north coast to check out a possible site to take our students for their ...
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