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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... water rather than swimming too far. I had a vision I would emerge from the water like a 'Bond girl', with beach waved hair and golden tan...I'm afraid to say that after losing my balance a couple of times and going under, I was more like a drowned rat with skew whiff sunglasses!
It is very very breezy down there and I realised I had had enough sun after a few hours so I headed up to the place I had booked to ...
... trip for school shoes with my mum & dad when I was about Charles age - I hated everything they picked, and vice versa!
We also got him a pair of socks so the shoes didn't rub his feet, and then 12 cans of Kiwi polish to take back for the other boys. Charles carried his carrier bag with his shoes in all the way back to school.
We dished out the Kiwi and it was pandemonium - we think all the correct boys got a can and they were over the moon. I ...
... but with us being the only ones there we got sucked in to dancing with them and obliged to buy their beaded bracelets that we already had about a dozen of. We had a few more drinks and Jenny got a few more bug bites, so we decided to call it a night.
25.11.13 - The next morning we get up for breakfast and go for an early swim. Turns out we got roped into joining a water aerobics class. Oddly enough we had fun, we missed out on the stretching and jumping, so ...
... they keep forgetting to feed us lunch.
We don't care if we ever see red clay mud...makes for difficult travel, and harder to walk in up hill when your vehicle is stuck or won't make it up hill. Flip flops do not work...up the hill, in the mud...
Did I tell you that we are really missing lunch...
Tomorrow we leave for the island of Zanzibar...first however we will finally go shopping. Yeah us...
... take it anyway.” We’ve learned it’s an insult to refuse food so we took it. When we returned the plates two girls answered the door and we became instant friends. The three minute conversation we had with them ended with them giving us the biggest hugs. We promised we’d come back that evening. Sunday was Eid, basically the Muslim Christmas: end of Ramadan and fasting.
That evening we went back over and sat in our Somali ...