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Toes in the sand, walking from to Watamu at low tide coasting the reef, and then back home with a tuk-tuk. Cool

Toes in the sand, walking from to Watamu at low tide coasting the reef, and then back home with a tuk-tuk. Cool

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Dinner for two on Valentine’s day. And your partner stays free

Dinner for two on Valentine’s day. And your partner stays free

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Spices store in Malindi. Flavours, colours, fragrances.. wonderful

Spices store in Malindi. Flavours, colours, fragrances.. wonderful

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Airport Shuttle

When you land in Mombasa or Malindi, maybe after an international flight or connection, the last thing you need is to spend your time messing around with different sim card’s and roaming settings. That’s way our private shuttle van is equipped with free on board WiFi, so that you can send a whatsapp or an email to let home know that you safely landed

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“Porta Portese”, Malindi, open air artisan & artists market

“Porta Portese”, Malindi, open air artisan & artists market

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Open market, art market, in Malindi

Open, art market, in

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A simple but effective tint mixing machine

Who really needs a tint mixing machine when you have a sensibility to colours like this?

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Pilau is a dish with rice mixed with spices, tomatoes, potatoes and beef meat, served with salad (onions and tomatos salad

Pilau is a dish with rice mixed with spices, tomatoes, potatoes and beef meat, served with salad (onions and tomatos salad

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I need a bigger bike

I need a bigger bike

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The ghosts of Hell’s Kitchen – Marafa Depression

The ghosts of Hell’s Kitchen – Marafa Depression

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Watamu or Malindi ?

Watamu or Malidi? Where choose our hotel between the two locations? This is a frequently asked question for those who want to visit the north Kenya coast, to which I can only respond “it depends”. What are the substantive differences between the two…

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Malindi, Kenya: daily life.

Walking through the Malindi streets, next to the fake “original africans” shops, you will find the original ones, those that characterize the local day life.

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