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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 ...
... so I hope with all my heart he manages to stick it out this time - he is so clever and in a high level compared to many others his age.
Charles makes me laugh with his cheeky winks and larger than life character. Barack and Omondi are so small and sweet, both seem tiny for the age of 9 - I guess that is what malnutrition and glue sniffing does?
Kelvin is so so clever and bright - his English is the best of all the boys and he has a great smile. He is ...
... was already 11:15. Today we decided to go to the market in town, not knowing how to get there it was going to be a fun challenge. We knew it was on Moi avenue, so we just jumped on a matatu. It took around 10 minutes until we reached the madness, each driver bumper to bumper. Pushing past without indicating and brake lights everywhere. We got out at Moi avenue, it was amazing. There were so many different, colourful people around. On arrival, I said to ...