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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 ...
... prison for 3 years. He was so open in telling his story, and was so pleased to talk to someone and tell them. He said it felt good when volunteers came down to speak to them as most of the time people will not acknowledge the street people. Under the smile, he was clearly a very damaged individual and I could tell the pain in his eyes as he spoke of his adopted mother who disowned him. As he told me this he was eating a pie, and I asked how ...
... us up from the bus station. Before we came to Mombasa, we decided that because of our lack of money. We would take the night bus one way and fly back. It was only around 30 minutes to Mombasa International airport, it was one of the smallest airports I have seen yet.
On arrival to the fly540 airline desk, I could see both people in front of me were not happy. An Australian guy started shouting at the employee - demanding them to provide a ...
... always keeps on surprising us!
2 days later it was time for what we all were looking forward to, South Omo, the southern part of Ethiopia, with its amazing landscapes and original tribepeople. Budgettravelers as we are, we chose the cheapest option, a Landcruiser from 1999 (as if I would notice any difference with one of 1989) with Mullerdriver for 75$ a day. After the first day (of 10 days to go) it became quite clear...never go for the cheapest ...
... so it's quite empty and has sky
lighting b/c they don't have enough thatch yet for the roofing) and
there is a little table with two chairs. The table has a dirty,
ripped, lace table cloth (which I know is for special occasions). It
was so humbling- I was in awe. She gave Francesca and I each enough
rice for 5 people. On the side was a beef and potato dish. Her
husband had gone into town to buy the meat (which is rare to be
served here, ...