The Sands at Nomad
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... into a beautifully decorated shack and the African music was played at just the right volume for a wonderful atmosphere.
It was obviously a childs birthday party and it was a delight to see them all running round the beach wearing face masks that sparkled in the sun, and laughing with joy!
The water was warm...easy to get in to...not so easy to swim in though. It was quite choppy so I just enjoyed being ...
... trip for school shoes with my mum & dad when I was about Charles age - I hated everything they picked, and vice versa!
We also got him a pair of socks so the shoes didn't rub his feet, and then 12 cans of Kiwi polish to take back for the other boys. Charles carried his carrier bag with his shoes in all the way back to school.
We dished out the Kiwi and it was pandemonium - we think all the correct boys got a can and they were over the moon. I ...
... but with us being the only ones there we got sucked in to dancing with them and obliged to buy their beaded bracelets that we already had about a dozen of. We had a few more drinks and Jenny got a few more bug bites, so we decided to call it a night.
25.11.13 - The next morning we get up for breakfast and go for an early swim. Turns out we got roped into joining a water aerobics class. Oddly enough we had fun, we missed out on the stretching and jumping, so ...
... for I know Eskimo culture. The Old Town is filled to the brim with rubbish, but it somehow manages to retain a bit of charm, with ornate balconies, garish mosques and frequent juice bars breaking up the narrow streets. We visit the spice market and Anna is convinced into buying a pound of coffee. She says she'll drink it but I suspect it'll end up turning our rucksacks into portable ...
... then forced to talk to their sister in the U.S. on the phone. Haha it was great. The girls had beautiful henna, which Caitlin and I both said we wanted so they told us to come back tomorrow and we’d get it done. Hashim told us that they’d bring us breakfast and have Biriyani for lunch for us tomorrow. “We will bring it like we are your servants!” Caitlin and I had plans to go to the beach, but we changed our plans and decided to stay in ...