Nyali Beach Hotel
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So after the bumpiest plane journey I've ever had (thank you to my a level class for the motion sickness tablets!) I had to change on to a local airline for my flight to Mombasa. This was a bit stressful as they don't have a departures board or it would appear even let you know if it's delayed. Finally though ...
... is all down to her (and her staffs) hard work and dedication to this amazing project. We went on to chat about the boys, plus the comings and goings of 2014. Many of the boys I rescued in January had run back to the streets in July. When I asked why this might have happened, Sister Emma tells me that there were several large Muslim festivals around this time and the boys ran back to town to beg, knowing they would get money due to the amount of people ...
... father and baby. We also saw baboons, warthogs, buffaloes, deer, antelope and specifically sable antelope that are only found here. Half way through the day we picked up a park ranger Nd went on a 2km hike to Sheldrick Falls. The ranger had a rifle in case we encountered any wild animals but we didn't. Some people had bathing suits or just stopped to there underwear and played ...
... them stand in a line in front of her) very strictly..saying that this was not good, and they should look after Dennis, not pick on him. They looked shamed and left the office with their tails between their legs. I wondered how long this would last and would have a word with them later too.
Afterwards some of the boys sneaked off and were very quiet for a very long time....I knew what they were up to and when I went downstairs I found them in the ...
... road...what business, I suppose time will tell.
We arrived at the house and met by the volunteer house guard who helped me with my bags and into the house where I met Irene for the first time. Irene is the housekeeper, she is probably about 22 and looks after the house, cooks and looks after the nuns too (they live upstairs). She had very kindly made my bed up for me (bottom bunk) and put a fan on. We said goodnight and I tried my hardest to sleep....but ...