Kole Kole - Baobab Resort Diani
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... West…the Kilimanjaro was not to be seen, and although Masai Mara stays my favorite national park, we still had a great safari in some luxurious lodges and we saw quite a lot of wild animals, with a lion family eating a dead elephant as a very nice ending…
Back in Diani Beach Sofie decided to go home and me I decided to stick around a bit longer in Kenya and start some volunteer work in KeBeNe children home…and that’s ...
... fare to the ferry, the conductor of our matatu made us disembark in central Mombasa, and put out bags on another waiting matatu. So Laura and I (the British girl I was travelling with) got onto this other matatu to travel the rest of the way to the ferry. We were then, not only charged for this portion of the trip (which we had already paid for on the other matatu), but the conductor was intent on charging us double for ourselves and then he wanted to charge me ...
... a Pimms as I type, and I have a jazz band playing behind me, sand under my feet and the Olympics on a screen in front of me. Meanwhile camels are walking past me on the beach, and I'm in a bikini and Kikoi (sarong)).
On our first night here we went to the most amazing and unique restaurant I've ever seen. It was about 10 meters underground, in a huge, ancient coral cave! There were candles and lights set into the walls ...
... the train left 45 minutes late. We were thoroughly entertained however, as Rachel regressed into childhood trauma of her time on post-communist Eastern European trains. The train to Mombasa runs overnight from 7 til 7 through an immense national park. We had an average dinner in the dining car, with a few bottles of wine to take the edge off, and then we were gently rocked to sleep by the train.
I awoke at about 3am to the sensation of a train out of control. I could feel the ...
... dressed up so smartly in their best clothes. A lovely sight to see. The children sang and danced first, followed by us having to go up the front and introduce ourselves with many “Hallelujahs” said after that. At least standing up I caught the breeze through the doorway. Felt like heaven at that stage I can tell you. The choir sang and it was absolutely lovely, little kids getting up to sing and dance with them. It was ...
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