Shimba Hills Lodge Hotel
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... the rescue centre, how many boys were there and how they were settling in. I filled her in briefly and she was pleased to hear we nearly had a house full!
Some of the teachers at the school had known I was visiting and prepared some of the Shrewsbury Town football shirts, and also the sports bibs that had been donated for the boys to model!
I made my way down to the field in the scorching heat to find the boys having a PE lesson....it made me weak ...
... to Africa. I couldn't have imagined travelling to a place for the first time in any better style than we did back in 2003, staying at this amazing hotel. Coming back to this place, definitely brings back many happy memories and at the same time I miss my crew, It was here when I met a Masai boy for the first time and he told me all about his life and at the end he made me a bracelet. When I returned to the UK with that bracelet, I promised myself that I will change the way I live, ...
... better at negotiating). This morning we hopped on the ferry back to Dar Es Salaam and then took a taxi to the airport. Now we're waiting for our flight up to Mwanza in northern Tanzania, where we'll visit a missionary that is helping locals with various healthcare needs (thanks to my grandma's neighbor Father Breen who worked for the same mission in Kenya for over 30 years!). We're looking forward to seeing what kind of work they're doing and helping out anyway we can! ...
... on the beach beds under an umbrella reading our books. Later on the sun came back and we sunbathed for a while. Tonight it is Tore's birthday, so we went for happy hour cocktails, dinner, and more drinks with them and had a really good night. At 2am we said good bye to them and headed to the hotel. On the way, drunken michael tried to lie in a hammock and get it to swing all the way round. He of course landed flat on his face in the sand haha!
We attempted capital letters and full stops in English today, what a nightmare. I thought this was something they really would have grasped by now, I mean some have, but some really have NOT.
I popped to Ratna to collect my clothes that I'm having made. Linda had forgotten the long skirt, the short skirt was too small and the dress was too big. Bit of a shame, but I'll be able to get it sorted.
Visited Cafe Mocha ...