Sun Palm Beach Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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After our usual early breakfast with the group - Jonah, Shirley, Carissa, Jonah's sister Lynne (visiting from England), and us - we had a nice swim in the ocean and headed to a local tradition among expats here: Sunday curry at the venerable Ocean Sports resort. The food was forgettable, but the view from the deck was not. ...
... rather than the locals. Shelly and I stayed at the party until 1 in the morning. I took part as one of the unofficial photographers and helped two other photographers with some shots. It was actually fun, I haven't really taken pictures at parties like this before. The three of us would sometimes just play around with different settings to see what we could get! Shelly also did her fire Poi and LED Poi show which was fun to watch. I had a go at it the night before on the ...
... to Malindi and then an hour matatu ride to Watamu. I found a guest house to stay at and was escorted by Oliver, a guy who worked at the guest house, to arrange a dive for the following morning. I spoke with Steve, who runs the dive center in Watamu and would be joining two other people for a dive the following morning. Then I grabbed some food with Oliver who ...
... whilst Marike and I carry her to the water line (all turtles are spoken as 'she' here unless known otherwise). Then we carry the dead turtle to the top of the beach. Really strange carrying a dead animal like this. Lewa, Fikiri and I get started on digging a burial site in the sand. Apparently Fikiri means 'thinking' in Swahili whilst Lewa means 'drunkeness'. We dig the grave about 1 meter cubed so that when I jump in I'm up to my belly. My wish is to be cremated but if it ...
... to drink cocktails and watch the sun go down. Some of us hitch a ride in the back of a truck carrying large water bottles you see in offices, not very safety conscious but well worth the breeze on our still sweating torsos. The Long Island ice tea and the passion daiquiri goes down rather too easily. Back at dinner we get a small awards ceremony for everyone's achievements during the week. In addition to their being ...