The Cove Resort
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... that I will have to check with my brother.
The Medical Clinics in Musanda came to an end last week on Monday. The UK visitors left this weekend. We all had an amazing time together, lots of ups and downs,new friends and old friends, ever lasting friendships and not so ever lasting friendships...but all in all challenging yet rewarding. I fell sick on the last day of our UK visitors staying with us. I am still not sure what I got, but I know it wasn't malaria. Although ...
... are just mud and today the main market could not operate due to rain. Once we drove through the mountains the sky cleared and it was hot again. The one shining light travelling through these areas was that the children were all going to school in brightly coloured clean uniforms and gave us beaming smiles and waving enthusiastically. We arrived at the lodge which is set in ...
... received treatment.
We got up early Sunday morning at 6am and left for our final safari at 7:15am, quickly spotting another lion! We also saw more giraffes, elephants, buffalo etc, and amazingly... 2 cheetahs which is very rare!
Once we had completed our safari in the Tsavo East park we then visited a Maasi tribe, where we were greeted happily (after paying!) by the men of the village. We were given a tour around their mud houses, seeing 'kitchens', bedrooms and fire areas. ...
... now serves as the major African port on the Indian Ocean. It is the main entry and exit point for goods serving the vast interior of East Africa. Arabs ruled Mombasa for many years and as a result, 70% of its current residents are Muslim. For all of Kenya, it is just the reverse but with Christianity. We visited the main market full of individual stalls with every imaginable food, and some that you probably can't imagine. Agriculturally, Kenya is a fertile country, especially in ...
... skirt and bought a necklace. To buy the material and have this made was a drastic total of 2300 shillings - £19!!! Looking forward to picking them up next week.
We went to Petty Blues for dinner as it was Ben and Jamies last night. They are off travelling down to Zanzibar and will be back up on our last weekend here to collect some people and travel some more. They went off to a club – I went home!
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