The Sands at Nomad
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... money. First thing's first....measuring the feet! None of the boys had a clue about shoe size, and I assumed the boys would come with me, and the House Father to the shop to be measured there. Oh no! We got blank piece of A4 paper and drew round each foot one by one. The pieces of paper would then be taken to the shop and a matching shoe would be purchased. I hope to go tomorrow with the House Father.
... 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 ...
... to go for a swim in the ocean. The water is very warm, in the afternoon it feels like you are swimming in the bath tub. Early in the morning, it feels much better. It certainly feels great to be swimming after almost 3 months! :) I got stung by jelly fish, which has made my right arm swell up. It was last year this time I was in Cozumel, racing the ironman and getting stung with jelly fish!
For now, it is good night from this beautiful place and back to Musanda tomorrow morning :)
... shillings) for a plate of fish, beans, spinach, cabbage, chapati and rice. Dad I sussed it out for you- Ikg of reef fish is 200 shillings. Forgot the cutlery- it was African style! Need to remember to keep a stash of hand cleanser handy! It's back to the house after setting up my room- I moved out of the smelly, mouldy room into a smaller slightly fresher setting. Set up the mosquito net over the bed and I'm ready for an early night! Good night ...
... Canadian (and Duncan's twin), Will, Owen the Kenyan-Irishman and a host of others including Aussies, Brits, Irish, Belgians and Icelanders – partied day and night and saw much of what Mombasa nightlife has to offer. It led to some very sore heads and sleepy eyes but was ultimately worth it as we had not met such a great group of people in a long time.
Our exploration of our own continent has been an incredible experience. We have ridden on ...