Sandies Coconut Village
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... to buy Ivy an ice cream and she guards my "millions" (of pesos!) as though they are hundreds.
We found a respectable supermarket beyond the beggars, hawkers, security screens, and uniformed guards and even more surprisingly, an array of newspapers, including some respected international ones, at its entrance. I quickly scanned them: I am a newspaper junkie - but they need to be good dope, I can’t smoke the trash. Ah hah, there was ...
Nathalie&Cie had again some break downs today!
The driver for the Malindi trip couldn't make it :-( I am pretty sure I scared him off, pants!
Oh well let's see the positive side of things: more adventures next time I'll come round :-)
Number 1788 therefor spent the day walking about in the different villages (cycling being still banned) to interview, take pics and enjoy the culture, weather and everything from ...
... loin d'être le cas de Nathalie&Cie) pour participer... En tous cas pas besoin de jeux sophistiqués pour les amuser!Visite très sympathique!
L'après midi s'est déroulé avec mon nouveau compagnion (depuis hier) il s'appelle Henry et possède 2 roues... mon très cher vélo!Nous avons d'un commun accord (voté à l'hunanimité) décidé d'aller visiter la ferme de serpents (Bio_Ken farm) située à 5km plus au nord.Le trajet a été encore une fois à ...
... are prepared to fight. How convenient too to have your supper brought right to your door by the sea! A little like the Samosa Man, who banged on the front door this morning. On a motor bike and distinctly grubby, he had a small square cardboard box tied onto the front of his bike with string. Opening it up revealed a pile of samosas, which he removed with a napkin (nice one) into the waiting tupperware container. Meat, or veg. Delivered to the door and ...
... was another early rise and we when to a location to do more boxing. My legs simply did not want to work though. The hamstrings and quads were killing me, particularly my right. Still I worked through yet another intense session knowing it would be my last for 3 days.
Packed, lunch then said our goodbye and headed to Hemmingways with Maja and Paul (also on 3.5 weeker) and David, just resting up before going ...