Diani Sea Lodge
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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 …
... time to return here before I leave. See the photos below for an idea of the place.
The breakfast was also stunning - cereals, exotic fruits, fresh breads, eggs cooked anyway you want and orange juice that you squeeze yourself. I couldn't get over how quiet the place was - there only seemed to be about 6 other people staying.
I hope you all had lovely weekends
Catch you soon
... camera, has prove herself a very worthy companion. This year I was able to publish couple of photos in a local magazine back in the UK, Oxford shire. National Geographic, any day now, any day!
From Porini camp, we traveled to Mombasa, which became my new home. I am now volunteering as the Nutrition program officer at my friend's NGO with two other volunteers, both from Kenya. I aim to work on exploring alternative livelihoods in local coastal communities for ...
... with the owners waiting at their competitors doors to hurry you to their shop immediately after! I brought a lovely piece of traditional African material to wear as a skirt and some earrings.
We have two new volunteers now, Henri (short for Henrietta) who arrived on Wed and George who arrived on Thurs. Its really nice to observe the boys when they meet new volunteers, as they can be quite reserved to begin with, but soon let their guards down and will begin to ask you for ...
... t know which was worse!) Wondering what to do now my plans had gone out of the window, I decided to go to Mombasa and stay on the coast as I had been there a few years earlier and had loved it. I'd been told the train was a good experience so after booking my ticket, I boarded the night train to Mombasa - known as the Lunatic Express. Entering the train, it felt like I had gone back in time or entered a Bond Movie. It was an Old British style train that ...