Hill Park Hotel - Tiwi Beach
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I couldn't get into the office to access pens and paper etc so I socialised with the boys/played games, let them use my camera, talked to them and I also ended up getting a thrashing at draughts (Ali - one of the boys beat me!). It was good fun and I loved sitting outside with the boys while they cooked just chatting and laughing.
I left earlier than normal to let the visitors get ...
... in the distance or close by, the conversations we had would be something like:
"Make sure you leave your tent outer windows unzipped, so you can catch a glimpse of nightlife activity.
What kind of nightlife activities are we expecting?
uhm, anything from hippos grazing, elephants brushing against the trees, lions growling, bush babies jumping on your tent.
Is there anything we need to be aware of or concerned about?
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 ...
Yesterday (Thursday) was the last day for two of the volunteers, Rosanna and Grace, so when we arrived at the centre they gave gifts of t-shirts and sweets to the boys which they really enjoyed. Gemma and I did the next installment to our phonics lessons which went well, with the boys learning how to break words up and using this in a context they were more accustomed to. The centre is very well organised by the Sister Robertina and the two house fathers- Simon ...
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 ...