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Travel Blogs from Diani
... We have enjoyed lazy days relaxing after a very busy few weeks leading up to our departure (including a kitchen renovation that still wasn't complete before we left).
Yesterday was spent on safari in the Shimba Hills National Park, which was beautiful. Saw elephant, giraffe, buffalo, baboons, eagle, warthog, beautiful birds and had lunch in a treehouse.
We have already had our first trip to hospital - ...
It took us 26 hours to get to Mombasa, and four to get home…
The drive from Molo to Nairobi involved a few close calls with some rather large trucks, which was more terrifying after having already passed three truck wrecks. Apart from that it was fairly uneventful. We stopped for lunch with some missionaries before leaving very early for the train station. Lucky we did, because our 20 minute drive became a three hour ordeal. The monsoon rains set in, transforming the roads ...
... heart sank. Scared out of their wits at why they were being called to the headmistresse’s office. It was obvious they thought they were getting a caning. It is hard to ask if they had been fed, as they are too scared to tell you no, but undernourishment was evident. What little darlings with such a horrible life to date. No emotion in their eyes, they were dead, just sorrow. To see the light in the children’s eyes here at Footprints, who all came from same ...
... canvas sail. Without a breath of wind at the beach, the huge sail found enough to get us humming along, burying one of the outriggers deep into the water, and in no time we were out beyond the barrier reef where the wind was stronger. We dropped three hand lines, one off the stern and one off each outrigger. The outriggers had a small thumb of wood tacked onto the topside of the stern end that I had noticed the day before but couldn’t guess the ...
... refused seconds. It was too sweet for them.
We had just had the longest day of errands and traveling that as everyone went to bed, Christy and I decided to have some wine. She got out two cups in the volunteer room and we were up until 5am. Facebooking, calling people, looking at our options for a safari and planning the trip for when our family comes out (Mom, Leslie and Kristin....GET ON IT! :)) We were super excited. We headed to bed as the sun was about to rise ...
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