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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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After 6 weeks, Balloon Kenya has come to an end. An incredible experience, I feel very fortunate to of had the opportunity to be able to partake in such an inspiring programme, from understanding the ins and outs of the curriculum; developing my creative side, to working with the local entrepreneurs, not just at a business level but getting to know them as a person and the indulgence that I have had in Kenyan society thanks to the programme. Each day felt like I was learning something ...
... that. So we cleaned the floors! We dumped buckets and buckets of soapy water on the floor and used squeegees to push it through the whole building and out another door. We were all barefoot and sliding around everywhere. It was so much fun and we were dead tired by the end of it. So, I've been working hard and playing hard. I'm extremely grateful for my life, my friends, and my family and the circumstances I grew up in. Everyone makes a difference and everyone is ...
So today we woke up to glorious sunshine! Which couldn't have been any better for us, as today is a special treat for the children. We will take them to the beach for a day out! Paul went off in the van to collect the children, whilst we walked....but as we were passing some craft stalls, we left 30 mins earlier as we know what this lot are like for shopping! We were right to do this as they took 45mins! Nearly everyone bought a lot again! It ...
... right on the equator line. Water was poured into the each bowl, with a flower sat on the top. The Northern Hemisphere made the water go down the plug clockwise, which was proven by the direction the flower was spinning. The Southern Hemisphere water went down anti-clockwise, and the middle bowl didn't do either, it was just sucked straight down the whole. It was fascinating! We bought a few bits from the crafts stalls there, although everyone was warned ...
... the pathologist explains. The stomach contents empty out onto the table revealing a necrotic black inner lining of the stomach – evidence that she must have swallowed the organophosphates straight, without mixing it with anything, causing erosion of the stomach lining. Her weave and skin are cut off from the posterior base of the skull and pulled forward, folding down over her face and revealing her skull. A large handsaw ...