Crystal Bay Resort
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- Outdoor pool
- Smoking rooms available
- Kids pool
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... involvement, but we were never introduced. It is a shame because I think ACT could have done a lot for our NGO. When I approached my colleague to ask if he had heard of ACT before and how great our meeting was, he just shrugged off his shoulders and said he knew about ACT a long time ago. Surprise Surprise like everything else this NGO has done wrong, he never thought it would be useful to make the introduction or to seek their help, specially because they specialise ...
... sweet corn and cauliflower although the latter has something growing on it that would not be a healthy garnish. To add insult, a gecko shat on my head whilst I was washing up. I think I'll eat out tomorrow. It will be strange going back to cities and towns where roads are flat and homes have walls. Easy to take for granted the simplicity of the loves being led of some of the communities in rural areas out ...
This morning we have some time off. A couple of girls go diving and then get their nails done, others do work or walk on the beach or stroll into town. Me? well i have a tarot card reading. Weren't expecting that were you? The mother of the founder of WildFitness dabbles in these type of things and so we are offered the chance to do a energise session. Now those that know me know of my James Bond obsession so I have visions of ...
... sweat, dirt and laughs we have planted 4500 new stalks. The local women also help out and it feels like a true community scheme. Lunch is always shared with all the crew back at base and whilst my Swahili is not up to much, you can tell that these are happy people always laughing and joking and thy enjoy the work tey do. They do turn to English for a bit and the discussion on the recent government elections ...
... home was in the hands of Yasmin my daughter and she wasn’t handling things too well like all of us. It was wonderful to speak with Rhiana and Sam and know that she knew me even though she was so groggy on morphine. My family kept me up to date with what was happening regularly which was so good. My husband arrives there on Thursday so she will have her daddy with her till I get there. Tenille arrived safely and was very shaken when she rang me to say how ...