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how lovely,i am today and for evr i will be it took 7dsya on a safari by Mombasa Safari - Diani Beach.this was what i whated with my farmely,the vewes of amboseli,lake nakuru to maasai mara you woudet miss to see this lion earts at night the maasai vellger juping up.it was lovly to me thks to mombasa safari.,if you like to email thm them is what .email@example.com
... I have seen centres especially for children with special learning needs, a centre for children with cerebral palsy, and a centre for children with physical disabilities. Also one of the boys at the centre has been assessed for the possibility of him moving to a special needs school which would suit his personal needs, showing that the care and support is there, provided that the right people are involved in your care!
It has been awful weather today, with rain pretty much all ...
... teachers teach, apparently public school teachers will remove them.
Do you wonder what we are missing...hot shower...IF there is hot water it is either scalding hot and always a dribble...one has to decide...wash hair or shave legs.
We are drinking a ton of soda because it is served to us everywhere we go...kinda like a gift.
We seem to also always miss lunch...thank god for the pop tarts, granola bars and nuts that we stash ...
... always keeps on surprising us!
2 days later it was time for what we all were looking forward to, South Omo, the southern part of Ethiopia, with its amazing landscapes and original tribepeople. Budgettravelers as we are, we chose the cheapest option, a Landcruiser from 1999 (as if I would notice any difference with one of 1989) with Mullerdriver for 75$ a day. After the first day (of 10 days to go) it became quite clear...never go for the cheapest ...
... all cultures. Very busy with large markets, people trying to sell you sugar cane to eat and just a lot of pedestrians.
I went down to the ferry area - a busy drop off point for matatus. cars queing to take the ferry, hawkers selling trinkets and gifts and a chance to drink some coconut juice and eat some corn on the cob!
A visit would not be complete with a tour of Fort Jusus - well worth a look ...
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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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