Brookes Hill Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... wasn't safe to move on so kept the car still and it was at this point that right out if the bushes next to our car walked out elephant, after elephant after elephant. The large make had obviously been waiting, knowing the rest if his herd were there and was making sure they got through safely, because as soon as his family crossed in front of our car to the other side of the road he happily headed off the road and we were free to pass. At that point we ...
... hours and climbed steep sand dunes and cantered along the beach. Couldn't help but feel a dance belt would have made the whole thing slightly more enjoyable. After horse riding we got back to island vibe and went back for lunch at Cafe Kima. Today I had beef steak sandwich and caramelised onion. We only had an hour before we got picked up so unfortunately didn't have time for ...
... and we sat on our bags by the entrance, or exit for us, ready for our pick up.
And then it was as if an unhappy angel was cast upon us; a volunteer that had been there for a week came and talked to us whilst we were waiting. And the reason this angel was so unhappy; she said that there is just nothing for them to do. In what is called “cub quality time” a group of them went and watched a film the previous day because there was just too many ...
... theirs. Although some of my boys thought this was a dating service (so I had to make a few corrections on their rough draft haha), they were all very clever. I was impressed by the amount of time and effort they were putting into their letters.
It was so neat to see their faces light up when I told them their letters had finally arrived. For the past few months they'd been asking me when they'd get a Pen Pal.
... Nestle in particular. I had bought a rolo bar earlier that week and it was still in my bag. I had to throw it away after seeing the documentary because I just felt sick looking at it.
Hundred of children in North Africa are lured away from their homes by false promises of money for their families, or just simply kidnapped, and taken to the cocoa plantations on the Ivory Coast. Some of these kids are as young as 7 years old. They are made to harvest ...