思想的天鹅舞Explore interesting historical sites The history of each country will leave memorable legends and relics for future generations. They are a symbol of a country’s civilization. But history is really interesting, and it makes people laugh. There are only historical relics, which really reflect a past. Inadvertently discovered a very interesting historical site Gede Ruins in Malindi, Africa, and began a journey of exploration. Gede Ruins were founded by Arabs in the 13th century. When I walked through the ruins, I suddenly realized that Zheng He was not the first person to discover Africa, but an Arab. There are tour guides that provide special explanations, but it only costs 300 shillings. My tour guide is very knowledgeable. He thoroughly describes the history and culture of this relic. Every detail is explained in detail. I think the cost of the tour guide fee is also worth it. , I learned a lot of knowledge. If you just look at it for the purpose of walking, you may not be able to see any clues. Among them, the early air-conditioning in the palace of the Sultan left a deep impression on me. The ancient civilization was so developed and I sincerely admire it. There is also a very deep well. It is said that it was not until the 18th century that the water in the well began to fade. Here you can feel the life of people in the past. There are many historical relics in it, which is a vivid and real historical world. Practical Tips: 1. Tickets: 400 shillings for locals and 500 shillings for foreigners. 2. Tips: prepare a pair of comfortable sports shoes and follow the guide a lot.
Getting There - Air and road
Attractions - watamu
Hotels - watamu
Food & Restaurants - watamu
Shopping - watamu
south coast Kenya
Many people think of Kenya in addition to the animal migration is the chaotic danger of Nairobi, but in the Kenyan seaside, we have found such a magical beach, there is a hotel with more cost-effective, not to lose Bali, the focus is very tourists Less, ten minutes to the beach.
The owner of the hotel is Belgian. When he came to Malindi, he fell in love with it and simply opened the hotel to live here. The lobby of the hotel is full of African-style decorations that the boss loves. The breakfast is also very rich and highly recommended.