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 ...
(French tomorrow...Author on strike! Version française demain... Auteur en grève!)
Today I'll make it short and sweet as my strengths are leaving me... Difficult to type with only one hand (the other one being used to hold my head!)
Nathalie&Cie, sorry Number 1788, rising with the sun @around 6am...
First action of this lovely day... greeting of Miss S (the spider)... We are gonna be best ...
... fluttering from the mainstays. The water was clear as clear and as we slipped along one could see the bottom for much of the time. Some weed, some coral, and loads of sand.
The creek is edged with mangrove roots which sit with their bottom in the water like old men in a row swishing their thin legs in the water to get cool.
The creek was almost deserted apart from one or two fishermen in hollowed out ...
... it, we had to time ourselves doing 10 swings, 10 american swings, 10 trusts, 10 push ups, 10 walking lunges and 10 dead lifts at the beginning, which took me 2mins and 26 seconds and again at the end of the training session, and I did it in 2 mins, 5 seconds. All down to technique I think, as I should have been much more tired at the end of the session than the beginning.
Whilst here we mainly short intense sessions, which apparently build up lactic acid, ...