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パノラマを撮影したのは Christian Hartmann EXPERT 撮影日 10:38, 17/04/2012 - Views loading...


Two Fishes Hotel

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Thats one of the best places at Diani Beach - but not for sleeping. The hotel burned down in the former 1990s. On sunday noon they start a great performance, music, dancing and so on, a lot of local people, the place is also known as kim4love fun club. 

On the other side of the beach road are the cottages for the former stuff, now there reside young people and have fun.

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A: Two Fishes Beach

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Another photo of the Two Fishes ruin, difficult to take because the askari told me kim4love dont like...

Two Fishes Beach

B: Kim4love Fun Club

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Kim4love Fun Club

C: Two Fishes Kim4Love

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Two Fishes  Kim4Love

D: Manyatta Green Club 1

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Manyatta Green Club 1

E: Turtle Eggs

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Kenyans are carefully. They fenced the turtle eggs. Meantimes the turtles are hatched. What´s wrong o...

Turtle Eggs

F: Forty Thieves Bar Beach

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Forty Thieves Bar Beach

G: Forty Thieves Bar billards

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Forty Thieves Bar billards

H: Forty Thieves Bar Gate

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Forty Thieves Bar Gate

I: Forty Thieves beach

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Forty Thieves beach

J: Forty Thieves Camel

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There are a lot of camels, some are owned by arabs who want money for taking photos, not the man on t...

Forty Thieves Camel



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