Diani Sea Lodge
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- Minbar in room
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Babysitting service
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This part of the trip has definitely been a vacation. Both families appreciated this time without rushing to any event, practice or job. It also helps when you don't have to fix meals. We went snorkeling on a reef a short boat ride off shore. The first day with the Postma kids was useless. Between fighting uncomfortable or half working equipment …
... he could tell they fit better immediately.
Honestly....it was like a scene out of a comedy sketch - the shop assistant talking firmly in Swahili to him, me on my knees like a mother seeing where his toes were in the shoe, and Steve trying to make him see sense and get the wider shoe!
After some 'gentle' persuasion, he agreed that he would like them. This was 40 MINUTES later!!! It was hilarious and bought me many smiles.
It really reminded me of ...
... old daughter Tina over for a visit to say our initial hellos.. what a cute family. We exchanged gifts, Jenny got a handbag and I got a cool belt with the traditional beads. We gave Anne her bottle of perfume and told Michael his gifts were in the alcoholic form, as we cracked a few 500mL Tusker Beers. We all got cleaned up and went down for a buffet dinner talked for a few hours before heading to a Masai Warrior show where they jump around, yell & whistle. Not a bad ...
... for I know Eskimo culture. The Old Town is filled to the brim with rubbish, but it somehow manages to retain a bit of charm, with ornate balconies, garish mosques and frequent juice bars breaking up the narrow streets. We visit the spice market and Anna is convinced into buying a pound of coffee. She says she'll drink it but I suspect it'll end up turning our rucksacks into portable ...
... then forced to talk to their sister in the U.S. on the phone. Haha it was great. The girls had beautiful henna, which Caitlin and I both said we wanted so they told us to come back tomorrow and we’d get it done. Hashim told us that they’d bring us breakfast and have Biriyani for lunch for us tomorrow. “We will bring it like we are your servants!” Caitlin and I had plans to go to the beach, but we changed our plans and decided to stay in ...