Shelly Beach Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Shelly Beach Hotel Diani
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... step out of the car at this location and I clicked some pics of me and John with the car.
Once we crossed the greenery, we decided to move towards the exit as I had spotted most of the animals except for the Lions. But where ever we went all other animals were coolly grazing and we knew that lion must not be
Later we stopped near a water body which was overflowing from the mud road. To my surprise I spotted a ...
... be ground into a flour-it was nice to be doing something practical, that helped them. However, we were pretty wimpy and soon had blisters!
The manager of the project then took us on a walk to the health centre. On the way, many children from the local schools came out to see us, and others followed us a long way down the road. When we arrived, the clinic officer showed us around. There was a lot going on in one place-a room for injections and treating ...
... days left.
Lala semela - not the right spelling but that good night in Swahili.
20/01/2013 Mombasa - Diani beach.
Today has been harrowing at points. But I'm still here.
I awoke with the lark and sat on the balcony watching monkeys play and listening to Mr Smith's snorts of sleep.
I feel exhausted. It's funny how the less you do the less you feel capable of doing. Tomorrow I may have to use a walking frame and when we leave I will ...
... has a job. She keeps the monkeys at bay as they are scared of her and will come and steal food from the tables.
Drink in bar. Then bed. We have a 5:30 wake up call for a 6am game drive.
I am typing this lying in my four poster listening to all sorts of monkey business and howling and trumpeting from just out side. I love this it's like a dream. Apart from the mostquito nets and smelling like I've been covered in raid I'm in heaven. Ohhh I may see the GOD SQUAD.
... bugs here called
“jiggers” that embed themselves in your skin and are typically
found in your feet. I kept saying “No, they're called 'chiggers'.
My friend Tiffany had them all the time growing up- just put clear
nail polish on them.” Well, I was wrong. Yes the clear nail
polish works- don't ask my how I happened to have some- but they
actually have to be taken out once dead. I would say about 10
scholars have ...