Sai Rock Beach Hotel
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OH yes, how nace it is,good food,lovely accommodation, u got to move oll your stre\s and oll your lovely honeymoon i loved that pelce
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... of them and do some conservation and research. We then walked through the forest looking up at the canopy's and I personally as wondering what it would be like to be a monkey, weird but interesting, the freedom you would have would be awesome plus you would be cute looking. While we were in the forest the monkeys would come down to our level or swing above us on the trees, but they were always with us, an awesome part was being able to have one of the monkeys holding onto ...
... keyholders' and carrier bags 'paper bags'.
The money here is Kenyan Shillings (KES) - or 'bob' for short. The current exchange rate is about 140KES to the pound.
Here are a few of my everyday purchases as an example of the exchange rate:
Bottle of water - 20bob - 14p
Journey from where I am living into town - 20bob - 14p
Journey from where I am living to rescue centre - 30bob - 21p
Journey from where am living to the ...
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I headed back into town and caught up on my blog a bit before heading home.
Irene was asking when my flight was - I don't actually know and seem to have misplaced the paper I had the details on...oops!!! I will have a look online so I don't miss the plane home!
Today was a busy and long day - TGIF and the weekend tomorrow!
Hope things are good with everybody else
... a long time, resting his head on my shoulder as he asked me questions. I saw a softer side of him for the first time. You can never underestimate how just talking to a child can help them trust you and feel more comfortable. I hope this continues - I will keep you updated!
This afternoon I went up to the old town. Having got out of the matatu, I was immediately greeted by 3 Kenyans girls who held out their hands and said Jambo. They were saying ...
... split up and I found myself alone in the restaurant filled with locals. Everyone was ducking under the tables and behind the bars as we heard a few more "bangs". Eventually things calmed down on the streets, everyone kept assuring me that things were okay and I was safe and the doors to shops opening a little bit more and people funneled back onto the streets. I reunited with the other 3 back on the patio who had been taken up to ...