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... to a stout rope, for walk. We stopped in one town where almost everyone was involved in making furniture - outside. Fishermen were selling their catch in roadside stalls but some of the women chose to wade out up to their waist with their abayas floating around them, to buy directly from the boats. Eventually we run into a couple of policemen, have a lovely 40 minute chat and then decide to skedaddle back to the hotel. What a day! ...
... bowl, with the bowl itself actually being edible (one tears bits off and dips it in the food). With our bellies full we headed home for a nap – this hot weather and humidity is exhausting!!
Tonight we are going out to a local bar for Karaoke. Friday morning myself and a few of the other students will head off on a three-day safari!! Definitely looking forward to that.
Not long now before I'm back to Perth, see you all soon!!!
... care of everything, is the security man at night and seems to be the good soul of the hotel) gave me an immersion heater and instructions not to put my hand in the water while it's plugged in. He is really caring!! After a good warm shower I went back down into the lobby to use the internet. They also showed the Manchester City - Liverpool game that a bunch of young guys were enjoying! I had a good talk with the janitor! He told me that I was going to the farmlands ...
... the tire. He remained doing this until the daladala stopped. Quite a method. Also the steering wheel was totally damaged and whenever it was straight we almost took a 90 degree turn to the right. As ya'll probably can't imagine it was still a safe ride. I have not been scared at all but thought it was kinda funny that they still keep going with that car. The landscape is beautiful. The road along the coast was lined by huge palm ...
After the day at the hospital, we went to the mall and ate lunch (and had wifi too!). On the way home, Megan, Christianne, her roommate Kia, and I all took a bajaji home. Now that was hilarious! Four white girls squeezed into the back of a bajaji made for two people max, laughing and painfully bouncing over bump. Our driver was loving it. He even took a picture with all of us!