Hotel Diani Palm Resort
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... gobsmacked as to how much this polish means to them! They are so proud of their school shoes!
We hung around for a while so Steve could say goodbye properly - I think he felt really sad to go, and his time here flew by. The boys will miss him lots, it will be strange without him at the house and on the crazy matatu rides! I will miss not having anyone to reflect on the days with, as it was good to have someone to chat to about what had happened during the day. ...
... in partner races across the pool. I knew a lot of blacks in the US had trouble swimming, but in Africa its just as bad, if not worse. We learned that lesson very quickly.
Michael jumped in the pool and started flopping around, me and Jenny thought he was playing around to get a laugh out of his wife and daughter, but one of the worker's quickly jumped in to pull him to the side.. what a scary few moments. After a nice swim we decided to go out into town to ...
... beyond anything one can imagine...oh yeah...the 700 girls carried from a distance their chairs into the church.We can not wait until we see them tomorrow in school. Then Teenager drove us to another church...a couple of hours in a vey rural area...but funny as rural as it was...all cell phones were plugged in around the church.Children singing to us and yelling "Obama" when an elder would say Americans. I hated ...
... here to your place.” “ok hassim, thank you for your announcement.” So dramatic- he’s hilarious.
Cait and I had spent the morning with Hadijah on a wild goose hunt for someone to do the henna. She did all of our haggling because “they will see your white skin and tell you a different price.” Long story, but we got it done. It looks awesome. They came over later and hung in our apartment for a bit and we did a lot ...
... out of my bath one
night to Ibrahim drumming on the bottom of a bucket singing some
church songs, Pendo was daning and well, rarely do I hear a beat
without moving myself. So I started dancing while those two sang.
Priscilla came and we all were dancing under the moonlight. Gma Lois
was slicing Palm leaves (they use the stem to make brooms) she got
all excited and started dancing w/ us – machete in hand. It was
quite awesome. ...