The Sands At Chale Island
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
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... board with bottle tops as pieces. It makes you remember how lucky children are back at home and I urge people with young children to talk to them about how other people in the world live, and how they aren't as lucky as them. There are no such things as X-boxes, or iPods here.
I offered to buy the boys some shoes - none of them had anything on their feet, and I thought it would be ideal to start spending some of ...
... white sands, with bright blue waters that make it hard to see where the ocean ends and the sky begins. Breathtaking!
The beach was so quiet, a few people scattered around but apart from that pretty empty. I found some shade and took in the view. Not long afterwards a large group of people arrived...clutching balloons, flowers, decorations and a huge pair of speakers. The shade shelter next to me was ...
... else. I came across a message a few days ago, which for me was interesting. It said: Religion is for those who fear hell and Spirituality is for those who have already experienced hell. To be honest, my own life has shown me more paths and experiences which somehow link me to the spiritual world, rather than the religion world. Sometimes, maybe all it takes is to close your eyes and listen to your heart and let the wind carry you....
While staying in Mombasa, I ...
... I got a few weird stares even in my leggings and t-shirt. Those running shorts and singlets will just stay unused in my bag! The goats had invaded the house when I got back and I pushed a few back out the door before navigate a fresh cold shower! It is great to see I am working directly at the grass roots and am sure I will find it interesting learning about the public health issues faced by the Shimoni community. Off to work ...
... home about, so the next day we packed up and headed back to Mombasa.
We are now spending the last few days of our Africa trip chilling at the backpackers and we met up with Will again to say goodbye for the last time.
After our initial reticence about Mombasa backpackers where we were staying (it was just a lot more rundown and grotty than advertised) we ended up having the best time with some quality people and a group of us - including ...