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I am sitting in the hottest internet cafe in the universe as I write this. It is day 2 and I am definately NOT used to the climate yet. I have discovered in the last 36 hrs that it is impossible to look half decent whilst in Africa. My hair style is currently very 'interesting', I have no make up on, am sweating profusely and wearing, what can only be described as 'MC Hammer' trousers. It is a good job I am here to work and it is such a nice ...
... is to feel sorry for these people. I see how they live day by day, scrounging for food and enough money to get through the next week. I see children playing in the dirt and garbage and their siblings watching after them. I see poverty, death and dispair, yet there is something else. After coming to the slums a few times now, I don't feel that overwhelming sadness. I don't feed sad because I am hardened, but because I am aware. I am aware that the ...
... last week, about to check my emails to see if I have any flight updates!
On Sunday we visited Fort Jesus. It was such a beautiful sunny day, so the views over Mombasa were spectacular and the water just looked amazing in the sunlight. It was very interesting to learn about the history of the fort through our guide Alfred. We had originally aimed to visit a Pentecostal church in the morning, however we missed the English service, as ...
... Tamon, and Isa in Kigali for being great hosts there and cooking an outrageous 4-course meal big Wessy for showing us around the Mara, and the kids in Rwink for just being awesome and always giving their best! I hate repeating it, but I really am so lucky here, my "job" is to play with kids, I can hike whenever I want, and I am surrounded by great people. In the words of Leah Westbrooks, my entire existence here has been a dream #LTD.
Until next time…
Well Sean was still awake when I got up, so at least I didn't have to worry about waking him!! We were in town by 6am, but the bus didn't leave until 9am, doh! Well, it's better to be prepared, but central Mombasa isn't the best place to hang around at that time in the morning. We also didn't realise that there was a waiting room until about 20 minutes before the bus left! Double doh!
Whilst in this waiting ...