Kole Kole - Baobab Resort Diani
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... place justice, but it was a breathtaking viewpoint. We even spotted three elephants in the distance, walking by the river. So we chilled there for a couple hours, with our drinks, soaking in the beauty of the valley below us. The rest of my time in Diani consisted of (really) long walks on the beach (and one camel ride), drinks and snacks in beach bars and parties on most nights. So, all in all, a really fun few days in a beautiful place. One I really do want to go back ...
... both anyways. It was a good night but I didn't fancy drinking too much, but somehow still managed to not get home until 4:30am!! This was probably due to me and Michelle trying to sort out two English girls having a massive barney, who wanted to go off on their own in the middle of Kenya – FYI, you DON'T do this!!! Anyways we did our good deed for the day, sure they'll see our interfering as helpful in the light of day.
... of tuskers we lay down for a nanna nap and we were awakened to go to the lawyers as the landowners wanted to sign that afternoon and had 2 more lots of people wanting to buy the land. Thank goodness we’d done the handshake the week before, that must hold some credence here, as no deposit or anything had been paid. We were both very hesitant to go as we literally reeked of garlic. Downed some mints, and threw on some clothes as we’d both been ...
... to a school, and at 5 acres plus, fertile, with electricity and water, or close access to it. Having looked at the land yesterday at Shimba which was an hour+ away from town I was hoping desperately to find the right land today. About 4 blocks had been identified as being suitable ranging in varying prices, so the most ideal was shown to us first being the cheapest as well per acre. Negotiations had already taken place to get the lowest price per acre ...
... for an aunt I presume and she struggled to carry it on her head with her feet in such a bad way. This world is so cruel. You just wanted to bring her now. You sit and you wonder what do they think with us here – the children always look very scared at mzungus. They gave us 2 huge bunches of bananas and coconuts and the old grandmother wanted us to sleep there – she couldn’t speak a word of English and the grandson ...
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