Southern Palms Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... posts) some school shoes as he was the only one who had not got them out of the group. So the plan was to get a matatu back to the local town and go shoe shopping!! Charles seemed really pleased and happy to come with us, accompanied by one of the teachers.
'Tuskys' was the shop of choice.
What we thought would be a 10 minute job turned into a painful process of Charles trying many pairs on, using the shop floor as a catwalk.
He clearly had his heart ...
... and back before heading to the beach. The actually beach in Diani was even better than the hostel. The sand is almost perfectly white and there was no seaweed anywhere. The water was warm, clear and refreshing. All over the beach there are little sand crabs that wait by the edge of their holes so they can scurry down if you come to close. Francesca spent the afternoon lying in the sun and swimming and I did a lot of swimming and trying to catch crabs. Last night we had a ...
... foods we eat are made with coconut.. We had cassava this morning also. The older sisters made the meals...took most of the day to do so...and then ate after us--alone. This made us a bit uncomfortable...but so has how hard all the women work while the men... well not so much!
Today, we were to visit the children at the primary schools and had to change plans because of the teachers strike. All public school teachers work for the ...
... organization. It was a fun hike. Not until we were exiting the gorge did we finally see other tourists. I joked with the rangers and asked if they had our chai ready. “Do you have 10 minutes” “Yes.” They made us chai and brought us break, avocado and oranges. The Universe loves us.
We decided to save money and take a matatu back to Nairobi. I won’t go into details because I don’t want to give my grandma a heart-attack ...
... 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 ...