Hill Park Hotel - Tiwi Beach
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Mombasa centre in a place called Mikindani.
Sister Emma went on to tell us lots of stories about the children that we would be working with, how they came to be on the streets, and how they had been rescued. Many of them have come a long way to find the streets of Mombasa - one 7 year old boy had travelled on the underside of a lorry all the way from Nairobi. He was lucky to make it.
There was also another child who had walked 7km ...
Tiptoeing around in the dark, we pulled clothes onto our weary bodies. The larks, just starting to stir, provided the soundtrack for our departure from home. Under the cover of darkness we dragged our luggage into the car and began our drive along the well-worn path to Tullamarine. "What will the inflight movies be?", "What will they serve us for breakfast?", "Will we arrive on time?", "Are we there yet?" were just some of the ...
... area of forest and scrubs)! Arriving at Kibuyuni Primary School we were quickly introduced to the Principal and staff. The children were promptly organised into queues and the production line began! "Scrub the jiggers Soak the jiggers Vaseline the jiggers all over" The children's feet were scrubbed with gauze and antiseptic to remove exposed fleas. Any open wounds are treated with antibiotic cream and then all bites were then smothered ...
I met Niall in Nairobi on the evening of the 5th June with the intention of getting out of the city as quickly as possible. We took a bus early the next morning towards the coast and the Indian Ocean. Unbeknownst to us, the road to Mombasa cuts through Tsavo National Park, a wildlife corridor. Half of the 8 hour journey was like a safari; cutting through beautiful landscapes of acacia trees, baobabs and craggy hills, we saw two large herds of ...
... Our cottage was right in front of the beach and most days we strolled the 15 metres to the beach and stayed there! Our evenings were spent on the terrace with a few Tuskers, a couple of nights having cooked fish and prawns that were caught by the fishermen that day. The was also a daily visit from Mama Samosa, from whom we bought lots of samosas and mandasi. The fishermen took us on a couple of trips to the coral reef for snorkelling and the local ...