Shimba Hills Lodge Hotel
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... shirts. They were so good - hugging me and saying thank you and having photos taken them. They put the shirts on straight away and looked over the moon.
We did a group picture at the end and they posed happily!
After that it was lesson time!!! We split the boys into 2 groups - the higher level children and the lower level. We took a group each and would swap after break. I had the lower level first. 7 children ...
... 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! ...
... early morning swim in the Indian ocean couldn't cure. A mosquito went to town on EMF! We now found ourselves back in mombasa in a party hostel. Typical on the night we need to be going to bed early as we have to get up at 5.30! After being pretty much alone the 4 of us for the past week, we are struggling to make friends!! Probably a good thing as everyone seems to be on drugs. Oh and after a small mistake with the booking (too many Emily's in ...
... some good meds. Pendo has been my "nurse" every night when I clean all my dressing. Her and Priscilla have both been in my room when I've cleaned my ears- so i just give them a q-tip too and they just mimic what I do. It's really funny to watch. They are picking up so much english. The phrases they say the most now are "Done and Done" and "Let's go!"
615 wake up, make up my bed, go to ...
... been taught well. The heat was horrendous, together with the unbelievable humidity and I can say it was the hottest day I’ve felt here. They locals kept saying March was the hottest month with the building up of the rains in April and they weren’t wrong. Went home for our nanna nap and ended up not going anywhere for dinner as we were just too full from lunch and just swam in the pool and went to bed. A couple of days before a young well dressed ...