Makuti Villas Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... duties. We took E to the doctor yesterday, as he's had a chesty cough that won't seem to go away. Zoe asked a friend for recommendations and we went to a Kenyan doctor in town. We were a bit sceptical, but it was fantastic - he saw us straight away, only charged 1000 shillings ($10) and advised us on the cough medicines needed, which we got from the chemist next door. Better service than back home! Here's hoping the little guy will get over it ...
... join him, they are both coming to the coast for New Year. And she was coming down to the same place as me. This was great news. That night I went to a wedding with Shelly. It was the wedding of a cousin of one of the staff working at Distant Relatives - Steve. We left the backpackers place at 7pm, but the celebrations, didn't kick off till 11. We found out it was actually the pre-wedding celebrations - the wedding was the next day - on this particular evening, the groom, brings a ...
... stairs to the high pitched upstairs with additional bed and sitting area. everything is open to the coastal air; a necessity in this sweltering heat. [speaking of which, I still have my skin tight, black, running pants on and jamison in his orange hemp yoga pants]. the house is a real application of passive design and more than that, it is gorgeous and massive and it is our home.
we hastily unload and tom offers jamison and I the ...
... together with twine. The roof of straw laid in rows from bottom to top across a lattice of branches and log support beams; ties with twine. Dirt floors. Inside, open fires with occasional chimney out the side of the house. 40% of the houses are mortar floor, Roman concrete construction using coral stone or block. Thatch roof. Same style otherwise (single room and open fire). 2-3% live in abandoned buildings. 5% live in mansion or estates. 2-3% live in ...
Monday 11th March to Thursday 15th March 2012
Woke up at about 1:30 – 2:45 this morning with a feeling of utter dread in my stomach, was like I had a ton of rocks in there. Began to think what was the problem, didn't have dinner, then began to think it might be that something was going to be wrong with the land deal, or the NGO paperwork, and now Lesley was gone, it may cause delays as I needed her signature. Pondered for ages, ...
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