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全景摄影师 Christian Hartmann EXPERT 日期和时间 13:58, 17/04/2012 - Views loading...


Diani Campsite

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I have been only three days there but at the end of the day I have to say the Diani Campsite is a good choice. There is a restaurant, wireless internet and some other young people around, also for long time. Good for backpackers and people who wants to stay in a "local" environment. Another advantage is the relative central location. If you compare the price you must see the whole package. Long time its boring in a lonely, luxury resort. 

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A: Diani Campsite Terrace

摄影师Christian Hartmann, 距离此处20远

small room and terrace but a good community :-)

Diani Campsite Terrace

B: Diani Campsite yard

摄影师Christian Hartmann, 距离此处30远

Diani Campsite yard

C: Diani Campsite Restaurant

摄影师Christian Hartmann, 距离此处40远

Its good to have a have a restaurant or a bar closed to you house when you stay in Diani Beach, other...

Diani Campsite Restaurant

D: Diani Campsite public beach

摄影师Christian Hartmann, 距离此处280远

Diani Campsite public beach

E: Water Lovers Beach Resort

摄影师Christian Hartmann, 距离此处300远

Water Lovers Beach Resort

F: Junktion Airstrip

摄影师Christian Hartmann, 距离此处410远

Junktion Airstrip

G: Diani Shopping Centre

摄影师Christian Hartmann, 距离此处480远

Diani Shopping Centre

H: Village Diani Beach

摄影师Christian Hartmann, 距离此处560远

Village Diani Beach

I: Cafe Sunshine Bar

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Cafe Sunshine Bar

J: Cafe Sunshine Day

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Cafe Sunshine Day



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