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... feel without going into the wild.
By the time i got back to the resort it was already 7pm and I was exusted. So I went upstairs with all the intentions to come back down and go out to dinner but once I got up there I thought there is no way I can go back out so I decided to order some room service. The food was good and it came quick. After a very long tiring I was asleep by 9:30pm and ready to be up the next morning to go on a day tour Tropical Diving Kenya. ...
This is a special 'bonus extra' blog to say thank you to all those who donated to the wonderful cause that is Grandsons of Abraham and the street boys that it rescues.........
There are lots of photos on this entry so you can see everything being put to good use!
Special thanks go to:
All those people that sponsored me directly in one way or another: Claire & Paul all the way over in North Carolina, Dr Ryan, ...
... Tuk tuk driver for advice....luckily he was lovely and knew the exact place to go. I ended up in some back street of Mombasa (I would never find it again) in an electrical shop. The shop was piled from floor to ceiling with remotes...bingo! I explained what I needed...did the deal and got back in the tuk tuk to head home...I hope the blimin thing works!
Lots of love
... a 'getting to know you' day, we were left to simply socialise with the boys and get to know them. They were all so friendly, welcoming and excited to show us around the centre. They were desperate to show us their new school uniforms and were bursting with pride that they had a uniform. The boys mostly have sponsors who provide money for them to spend on things they need like the uniform. Unfortunately, one of the boys Charles (14 yrs) has no ...
... selling stuff we didn't want nor need... Beautiful beach, beatiful ocean, beautiful sunrise between the palmtrees... and very amusing: monkeys everywhere! Could not have been any better.
We spent our last day in Mombasa, this very muslimic (and very arabic!) kenyan city on the coast. Not as beautiful as I always imagined it would be, but extremely interesting and completely different compared to any other place I've seen in my time in Africa ...