Written by gina Thursday, 05 January 2012 07:03
Year end is a time for reflection and thanks giving, and once in a while its good to treat yourself especially after along but well spent year.
I was a little lonely being home alone at my father's mansion after my family travelled to the rural area during Christmas; luckily, I had a trip to the coastal region to look forward to.
On the evening of 24 December, I took a bus to Mombasa and began a two-week vacation up and down its islands. The whitesands beach resort was my first stop. I was welcomed by two gorgeous women (Natessa and Andy) who worked at the resort who helped me check into the hotel drop my bags before going to the beach for some snorkeling.
It was quite beautiful and peaceful besides the large family of obnoxious kids, after the beach I had a five-course Swahili meal overlooking the ocean and the white sparkling beach that made the resort look amazing from a distant.
The remaining days up to 1 January, consisted of going to the beach, sampling all kinds of new cocktails and exploring the island even more. Did u know that the whitesands at the beach has a texture of flour that stays cool during the 100degrees days? The coasts’ average 8hrs of sunlight all year long 50-70% humidity. you should make time to visit the coast. This weather was much hotter than in my village.
The whitesands bar hosted a beach party on New Year’s Eve and despite the terror scare of the Alshabab on Kenya, the beach was crowded with thousands of revelers who came to celebrate and enjoy as they waited anxiously for midnight to see the New Year.
My vacation at the coast was a well needed break.
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