The Sands At Chale Island
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
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... 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 ...
... a pair of trendy loafer type shoes, which were very smart but his feet are so wide they were really pinching. We (Steve, me, the teacher and shop assistant) went through every pair on the rack that might fit his big wide plates of meat, but he was still insisting the loafers were comfortable. They obviously didn't fit very well and were definitely not going to last very long. We eventually persuaded Charles to try on a smart pair of lace ups...he did so reluctantly but ...
... at the hostel and met a lot of good people. We were sad that we couldn't stay there any longer. Today we woke up early so we could spend a few hours on the beach before leaving. We said goodbye to our friend Soraya and took three more matatus, a ferry and tuk tuk to the airport. Our tuk tuk driver was crazy and weaved in and out of traffic while we held on for dear life. But he got us here in one piece and now we're waiting for our flight to Dubai! In 24 hours we'll be in Nepal! ...
... The only teachers who we found teaching were those that are paid by the parents of teachers. Teachers were promised 16 years ago a better wage and did not receive it yet. The new government did not put the wage increase in the new budget so they are striking. The only people at the schools are the principals and the senior most teacher or kinda like a head teacher. Teacher went in today to turn in their keys and exams and other materials. If ...
... it was like (One detail- we at one point had 21 people in a 14 passenger vehicle), but 5 hours and 3 matatus later we arrived safe in Nairobi where we called our cab-driver we knew. We went back to the hostel, immediately showered and met up with my DC friend VJ who was in town. We got Ethiopian food which was AMAZING. Then we went to a bar to meet up with Greg and Abdallah. After chatting and dancing all night we arrived home at 4am.
Caitlin and I were ...