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Travel Blogs from Mombasa
Lions and tigers and bears , well no. Kenya seems to be filled with so much. Horns honking everywhere, music playing everywhere, touts yelling out of matutus, motorbikes offering rides, tuk-tusk flowing in traffic, carts filled with produce being pulled by a man, cows and goats in the street and among street stalls, hens with chicks roaming the street and underneath tables selling vegetables with clothes hanging on a rope along ...
... to get the newly rescued boys off the streets and to the rescue centre
Haircuts for the newly rescued boys - this is for cleanliness reasons (they usually have scabies when they are rescued) and to smarten them up
3 x huge wall charts to hang up (Animals, a world map and multiplication tables)
Blue tac to hang the charts up
A remote to the DVD (so they can watch movies again)
Many exercise books
... br> I am so pleased to see allof the boys still here. They seem to be bonding more now...albeit with the odd skirmish thrown in for good measure.
I went into town again after lunch - had another wander round the old town. Bought a few cheeky things and also things for the boys tomorrow. This place is so familiar now and I feel at home here. I see or notice something new every day.
This evening I had a really ...
... hall and waited for the boys to have lunch - they now have the luxury of having lunch cooked for them! It was Ugali and rice - I must try ugali before long as some of the boys rave about it! It was fascinating to observe the boys interacting with each other and the current students - they seemed to know them already - and this is from being on the streets together. It is so hard to imagine them in that life watching them now.
We had a great tour by an ...
... knew that everything would be fine! I kept telling them this but they just kept going over and over the fact that they were "stranded". We arrived at the airport around 2:30 and now it was 7 o'clock, I had managed to get a different flight at 6am the following morning so we would just have to stick it out. At around 7:30 we were told that we could get a flight in half an hour which would fly us in to JKIA - RESULT! We finally boarded the small plane ...