Southern Palms Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Diani
... a pair of trendy loafer type shoes, which were very smart but his feet are so wide they were really pinching. We (Steve, me, the teacher and shop assistant) went through every pair on the rack that might fit his big wide plates of meat, but he was still insisting the loafers were comfortable. They obviously didn't fit very well and were definitely not going to last very long. We eventually persuaded Charles to try on a smart pair of lace ups...he did so reluctantly but ...
... at the hostel and met a lot of good people. We were sad that we couldn't stay there any longer. Today we woke up early so we could spend a few hours on the beach before leaving. We said goodbye to our friend Soraya and took three more matatus, a ferry and tuk tuk to the airport. Our tuk tuk driver was crazy and weaved in and out of traffic while we held on for dear life. But he got us here in one piece and now we're waiting for our flight to Dubai! In 24 hours we'll be in Nepal! ...
... they keep forgetting to feed us lunch.
We don't care if we ever see red clay mud...makes for difficult travel, and harder to walk in up hill when your vehicle is stuck or won't make it up hill. Flip flops do not work...up the hill, in the mud...
Did I tell you that we are really missing lunch...
Tomorrow we leave for the island of Zanzibar...first however we will finally go shopping. Yeah us...
... take it anyway.” We’ve learned it’s an insult to refuse food so we took it. When we returned the plates two girls answered the door and we became instant friends. The three minute conversation we had with them ended with them giving us the biggest hugs. We promised we’d come back that evening. Sunday was Eid, basically the Muslim Christmas: end of Ramadan and fasting.
That evening we went back over and sat in our Somali ...
... be taken. Well, who gets them 3 days before
leaving the community. Yep, got them cut out today. It didn't hurt-
the guy was really good AND he said I was his first jigger patient.
“I did this in school but people here just cut them out themselves”
True, everyone in the community wants to help and offers to take it
Also, I have pink eye. Kenya LOVES me.
I have more to tell and when I get some more time I ...