Milele Beach Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... no doubt with one eye open for all the dangers that lurk in the shadows. I was concerned that Rashids 'streetboy' behaviour would continue at the centre, and later I was proved correct.
Sister invited me to hand out new toothpaste, toothbrushes and sweets to the boys (out of the donated bits I had taken). They jumped for joy and I have never seen jelly beans disappear so quickly.
I sat them all down at the table, ...
... passed by. Laying on my bed looking out my window was relaxing and sampling all the local Kenyan beers with my friends in the dining car made the time pass by relatively quickly. I was actually even starting to get used to the shake of the train…this train was no Eurorail.
We arrived at the Mombasa train station just before 5:00pm and shared a taxi with Myles and Tegan to a backpackers that we were staying at.
... suddenly blurts out "monkey...Baboon!" I follow her gaze and sure enough, a Baboon is hanging out in the grass about 50 meters from our window. As the train started to move again, we saw another one not too far away. This seemed to open the floodgates as suddenly we began seeing wildlife everywhere. It started with a few scattered gazelles, but soon we were seeing entire herds of Buffaloes and Zebras as we trundled along the track. We even caught sight of an ostrich at ...
... lunch and I make Mark grab a few bananas and grab two myself. This is for my monkey friends. This turns out to be a huge mistake.
As we head back to the room three monkeys start to follow us. They are creeping up at first and when we turn around they freeze and look the other way. It's very crime watch reconstruction. Then they start running around us.
Mark is virtually having a panic attack. They try to head us off by climbing trees and jumping out in front of us. We ...
... and Troy as part of this holiday. This included an overnight stay in a small town called Cannakale.
The history of World War I in Turkey and the Dardanelles was described to us magnificently by a guide named Murat. The 5 hour drive from Istanbul took us to ANZAC Cove and the many cemeteries where the dead and missing from many countries are remembered. The Australian Memorial at Lone ...