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... who are all trying to get into our wallets. It wasn’t all that much money but it was just annoying.
Well we didn't learn much. We stopped at another curio shop for a break. This one is on the equator. Some enterprising locals showed how draining water spins one way north of the equator and the other south. Interesting trick. Of course then they offered to stand next to take a picture of us in front of the equator sign and demanded 10 or 12 shillings for the ...
... see all this. For the students, more culture shock.
When we arrived back to the volunteer house Mary had done the day's cleaning and the house looked and smelled fresh. We were eager to get our phones and internet working and to our dismay... No electricity. I immediately questioned Mary to ask if it had been turned off? It had not! It was an area-wide shut down. Not knowing how long this would last, we decided as a group of 11 of us (including two of ...
... a clue they were on her menu for dinner that night! What an amazing sight...and I think I caught her and the cubs with my zoom lens!
The lodge we stayed in (Lion Hill Lodge) was amazing - set on a very high point of the park...so the view was unbelievable...although we couldn't see them, lions were roaming around below us. The lodges are so pretty...compact and clean. It felt luxurious to actually sit on a toilet with a seat rather than ...
... and faced the emotional challenges that they did-she didn't want to cry in front of us. She finds her job very difficult, but told us that we should look towards the future. That day, we had new found respect for her. At the feedback meeting, Natalia did give us some hope after a dark day. She said that she’d seen Joseph a few months ago, and he was listless and unresponsive. She found the contrast massive from then, as he ...
... I have completed the morning duties. This is a worry.
I get dressed and have the same urgent call of nature and things move just as swiftly.
"you're best off just letting things go through you." Marks advice.
"yes. That's gonna be really lovely out in the sea in a borrowed wet suit." is my reply.
It's immodium Saturday. Back to the old adage of better blocked than shocked.
We go for a light breakfast and head to reception where a flat ...