31-01-2020 by redazione
A really rich weekend at the Driftwood Club in Malindi, historical and fascinating club founded by the British but now a meeting place for many "Malindians" including Italians, always offers something pleasant.
On Friday night there is the now traditional barbecue evening by the pool, the BBQ NIght with deejay set with soft music from the seventies and eighties and evergreen. Grilled meat or fish and salad and vegetable buffet and dessert trolley at very attractive prices in a unique location by the Indian Ocean in Silversands. On Saturday morning, as every first Saturday of the month, the traditional craft and organic and natural products market returns to the Driftwood Club in Malindi.
Starting from the first morning the garden of the wonderful meeting place on the oceanfront, on the beach of Silversand, will be coloured by local exhibitors.
Every month there are producers of vegetables, fruits and their derivatives, such as jams and other compotes, the delicacies of Vanessa Aniere based on Moringa and other surprises. But every craftsman is welcome: at Driftwood you can find those who produce notebooks and notepads using onion peels, or those who build nice straw lamp holders or using the local fishermen's cages.
There is no lack of books, clothes and there is always someone who prepares excellent chapati on the fly. The Farmer's Market is open to everyone.
A classic appointment also on Saturday evening, with the "Mongolian dinner", meat and fish sautéed in the wok, with side dishes to taste in a romantic atmosphere. On Sunday lunch the spicy curry lunch buffet with ocean view is another occasion to try, in the garden of the Malindi club.
For information and reservations: 0721724489 or 0734747133
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