Southern Palms Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... arthritis. Steve and I were pretty gobsmacked to see her (and her walking stick) turn up to work on the back of a motorbike!! Quite a random scene to be witnessing and it made me smile.
The first job of the day was handing out the football shirts. Sister asked the boys to line up one by one and wait for thier name to be called and the t-shirt to be given. There was a lot of excitment in the air and they were eager to ...
... this was beautiful. When you travelled down the small bumpy roads you were lead into a type of wilderness however it was so magical. It was out of the way, hidden from too much noise. There was a sign pointing to "The Moorings", whilst following a winding path down, infront of us opened up a small creek. The one you can see from the bridge, his restaurant floats on the creek. It's amazing, we walked across a cute bridge and sat on the edge of ...
... 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 ...
... everyday that I'm there and it makes her so happy to see the kids laughing and having a good time and "that I'm not lazy" that part made me the most happy, b/c I def sit way more than they do. I read my book, plan my lessons etc. but I always help out when they ask. So that made me happy that they dont' think I"m a lazy mozungu. I really hit the jackpot with my host family. Twice this week I"ve come home and my mama ...
... dry and in seconds your feet feel like the skin will crack with dryness; and trucks line the road as far as the eye can see. After finding our way to the projects office, it was time to get a full explanation of what current crises are occurring in this particular area.
Over a two hour conversation I was able to find out that the project is not only dealing with HIV positive women and children lacking education (same as with the Ngong project), ...