Sai Eden Roc Hotel
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... I quickly skipped in the direction of the bathrooms to be welcomed with a hole in the ground, with some loo roll next to it. I turned round to Katie and all I could say was 'You have GOT to be kidding me?!' I tried my best to relieve myself without peeing all over my flip flops and ran back to the car to carry on with the next 8 hours of the journey. Half way through the journey we stopped at the Sikh temple in Makindu which Gpop had always ...
... in big family groups. When David waved bacon on a stick over the water, up to half a dozen stuck out waving heads altogether like the mythical hydra. The big daddy of them all was King George who lived with his family in a honeycombed patch and lunged alarmingly at the bacon. You wouldn’t want those teeth sinking into you! Walking back along the beach small crabs darted along on ballerina points and disappeared into the numerous holes which dotted the sand
Today was a quiet adventurous day (slowly overcoming injuries... just getting old I suppose)!
After the standard morning stuff (swim, breakfast and morning walks on the beach) Laura, Avon, Nadia and Nathalie&Cie took off to the Kipepeo farm (Butterfly) and the Gedi ruins...
The butterfly farm was really interesting even if there was only few butterflies to see (best time is End mars/April during the rain season).
The nice man said that came to 650 KS, (about £5) so we paid our money and left.The top was something less than 50p, with which I was dead chuffed.
Next on the list of “must dos” was a massage.There is a place next to the supermarket which does massages and beauty treatments. Yay! Off we set.
The setting was different to what one might expect back home, but then an hours massage here was ...
... br> So I did do a run, about 45 mins bare foot one the beach. Quite hard going but when I try to practice the correct style of running I find I am much quicker which no additional effort. Let the gravity do the work, don't bounced up and down, so your head should stay relatively level, and pull the back foot through don't push off with it, and don't stride out, but keep the strides shorter but pull the back leg through quicker. Flick it through as Luke says! It ...