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 ...
... very long deep meow back...I know he is replying 'jambo'!
When I went up to the centre this morning, only 5 of the 6 boys remained. Unfortunately Paul had gone AWOL and although it was thought he was still in the area somewhere, nobody seemed to know for sure. I hope he hasn't run back to the streets. Another tale to be continued.
This morning the 4 younger boys (Omondi, Steven, Muhammed and Idi) couldn't wait to start some maths. They ...
... br> I arrived in the evening on the train from Nairobi and headed straight to the backpackers, set in an old mansion a couple blocks from the beach. The following morning, I was joined by Myles and Tegan from the train and Sean, a young Scottish man on a short holiday from his current gig running an eco-lodge on island south of Zanzibar. We headed downtown in the matatu and walked around the city on our own that was packed with matatus, ...
... We loaded onto the ferry and were warned to keep our windows shut to avoid an sneaky hands reaching in! However, the queue for the ferry saw us offered everything from SIM cards to hot coffee and nuts. A stop in Diani and stock up on supplies found a supermarket stocked with everything from pringles, suitcases and electrical supplies! Another hour and we descending down a red dirt road to the village. Lunch was at the Reef Hotel with ...
... conditions here are so much worse. In general the people here seem very friendly toward us. They often mistake me for British and when I say America, then they almost all say "ohhh, Obama, Obama!"
After the markets, we visited the Woodcarvers Cooperative. There are over 4,000 men who belong to this co-op. The working conditions were horrible, dirty, shanty-like structures, chipping and carving various kinds of wood into artistic creations that represent Kenya to ...