Hotel Diani House
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... on the matatu as we left our beloved feeding centre for the last time, and shook hands with the kids through the windows. Back at the hotel, we bid an emotional farewell to our fantastic minders and drivers who were great fun. We then enjoyed our last night at the rooftop bar before we left the area.
For the next four days, we had a fantastic time on safari, seeing ...
... are at school til 6 at
night! These kids have a completely different work ethic to that of the
UK. They see the school as a form of
escapism-the entry requirements are not only based on academic results but also
need. Natalia also emphasised the
importance of the health start program, which provides kids with their only
meal of the day. These projects also
provide a vital support network ...
... of her black thong would garrotte and kill a hamster if it peeped out of her secret hamster run.
We breakfast and I head to lay towels and Smith nips back to change into his bathers and his sun hat. I think he has also gone to use the porcelain throne but he won't while I'm there because it's like showing off.
I park up and lie down and with in minutes I am joined by Milly who is a little like sunshine in a person. She works in the spar and as we are chatting and ...
... the leopard that was spotted but we didn't find it. But don't be fooled. The run was still beyond any dreams.
At 9:30 we get back to base and head for breakfast. I'm fairly traditional and love a 5 coarse breakfast. Quick shower and into long trousers and walking boots for a nature trek. I know what you're thinking walking shoes? Thats not the least of it. My slacks unzip at the knee! Now, those that know me will know this causes me to come out in hives where the man made ...
... night Pendo and Ibrahim sang while
Priscilla sat in my lap. The third night I sat in a chair facing the
moon w/ Priscilla sleeping in my lap with Pendo sitting on the ground
next to me with the baby in her arms singing. It was definitely a
moment where I said to myself “Leah, remember this.”
Bed bugs are not gone. I wake up every
morning with a bite or two, but this last week their intensity picked
up a bit. I made sure ...