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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... have been good. We went on to play games and making up stories as we sat round the table. It was a great way of being interactive with the boys without being s formal lesson. It caused much laughter. The boys are on a rota for cooking lunch and dinner, and doing the washing up afterwards. Today it was Tindi's turn, and it was ugali (pronounced oo-gar-li) and cabbage. Ugali is the staple food of Kenya and is a stodgy mix of maize flour and water mixed together in a big pot on ...
... up, that involved checking there tags noting down there weight and condition. Well this tasked proved to be harder then what I expected they were fast, and despite us having food they just wanted to play around. It was over an hour before they got sick of their little game and came over to the keepers for some food which was some chopped up apple and banana. It was our job as the volunteers to keep the little monkeys still and occupied while Zeno and Lucy documented all the ...
... I hope one day he has the willpower to stay at Grandsons.
I spent a while talking to Sister while Father Johan taught the boys. It was lovely to have a final chat with her - she said that I have assisted them so much and have been sent from god as a gift! She calls me 'my daughter' and could not have been more complimentary. I made a better impression than I thought I had!
I then went out with Father Johan and Renson to ...
... no doubt with one eye open for all the dangers that lurk in the shadows. I was concerned that Rashids 'streetboy' behaviour would continue at the centre, and later I was proved correct.
Sister invited me to hand out new toothpaste, toothbrushes and sweets to the boys (out of the donated bits I had taken). They jumped for joy and I have never seen jelly beans disappear so quickly.
I sat them all down at the table, ...
... passed by. Laying on my bed looking out my window was relaxing and sampling all the local Kenyan beers with my friends in the dining car made the time pass by relatively quickly. I was actually even starting to get used to the shake of the train…this train was no Eurorail.
We arrived at the Mombasa train station just before 5:00pm and shared a taxi with Myles and Tegan to a backpackers that we were staying at.