Diani Sea Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... journey took us through towns, villages and a stunning national park – and by some miracle I stayed awake to see it all! We stopped off in a town called Diani for supplies on the way, at which point I shared a pack of mozzarella with a new volunteer starting the same day, I think I’ve found a kindred spirit there! On arrival at my new home, I instantly loved it. The cottage ...
... or the dance as the lady who makes fabrics out front here. The house here is amazing, the decorations and architecture. There are no screens on windows, everything is open. All doors and windows have to be closed from 11-5 for the monkeys. We've had one get in almost everyday. It's funny the first time, but then it's just annoying. The first day it got in my pill container eating about 20 melatonin, some Tylenol, Ibuprofen ...
... the port and then went back home, we had to get some sleep!
Our general impression about Mombasa and Diani Beach wasn’t the best. Mombasa itself is like most big African cities: dirty, poor and chaotic. Diani Beach could be a nice place to relax but the place that we chose to stay was not good for this. It was good just for partying, plus the beach boys made it really hard to have a rest on the beach. I think Mombasa was not one of our favorite spots! ...
... off the street. We were escorted to a private back room in the restaurant as we finished our meal, with a real uncomfortable feeling. I won't lie that I was a bit shaken by the events.
When we asked what happened, Omar explained that a Muslim cleric had been murdered by the Kenyan police the previous night and that after prayers the Muslims wanted to demonstrate. Supposedly, the only people that they were mad at were the ...
... fruit bats and one set of chains. We came back for a Swahili lesson learning the ropes of greetings, numbers and slang! Now to start practicing. Jambo! Jina langu ni Belinda. Nimetoka Australia. Tonight we sat down for briefing- I'm in for a long day tomorrow 8am to 6pm. Just feels like work all over again :) Hopefully I will have a bit more idea of what it's all about tomorrow! Tonight it was down to Abdul's (a local shop) for dinner. ...