01-11-2019 by redazione
How many after attending Kenya and its coast, or even just hearing about it from those who have been there and looking at photos on social networks have cultivated the dream of being able to live in those corners of paradise, where life flows at a different speed, nature makes you feel part of something real and the climate is always kind? Among the many who still think about it, the most common desire is to be able to manage a small bed & breakfast: a few rooms in a residence that also includes their own home, to earn the minimum necessary to live with dignity and work the right in a fantastic place, cultivating their passions and welcoming travelers from around the world, sharing time, experiences and stories.
In Watamu every now and then there are interesting shopping opportunities that can become the springboard for a new life and a new business, or even simply an investment or a parallel possibility. This is the case of a small jewel a stone's throw from the centre of the tourist resort and not far from the white beaches of the Indian Ocean that we propose here.
It is a B&B well known for its elegant and informal environment with an ethnic touch and is well attended for years.
The activity is still operational with a good tour of customers.
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by Freddie del Curatolo
Good, indeed very good news for the road network and tourism in Malindi and Watamu.