Diani Sea Lodge
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... did not happen here, it was a safe and happy place where everybody is equal and looks after one another like brothers. Who knows if he will take this on board but I will not let it lie for as long as I am here. I am dubious as to whether he will stay at the centre, I hope so as he really has potential...time will tell.
I felt drained when I had finsihed - trying to split my attention between 6 boys in amongst fights, the ...
... drinks, and musicians played to entertain those long lines. It was really nice to see so many participate, and note how quickly this had all been arranged with minimal fuss.
Our overnight train to Mombasa left at 7, and they asked you to be there at 6. To make the 20 minute walk we caught a cab (with our heavy bags) around 5.30 but Nairobi traffic was out in force. Our cab driver started to worry we would ever make it an hour later, and drove on the wrong side ...
... They were too far away to get any good pictures, but it was exciting to see them. Next weekend we are going to head to the Nairobi National Park, practically inside the city, and hopefully I will get some good pictures of wildlife while we are out there. It's now two weeks down in Nairobi and two weeks to go, I am looking forward to moving into a new apartment and getting to see a different side of the city. Hopefully the next two weeks will be as interesting as the first two. ...
... to our bus.
First we decided to visit a couchsurfer Nick who lives outside Mombasa in the Diani beach area. It is a fantastic long white beach with loads of watersports and primates to see. So, we jumped from our bus and looked for his house. It took us quite a bit to find it but when we eventually arrived we were greeted by a little boy (later appeared to be Nick's son). Nick is a Kenyan guys ...
... particularly moving and we found the entire experience very spiritual especially since there were so few tourists around.
Cannakale is a fishing port on the Dardanelles so we sought out a seafood restaurant on the water. Oscar was our waiter who had coincidentally spent a couple of years in Australia. He was able to tempt us with local delicacies such as garlic olives, buttered shrimp ...