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... going to go to the hospital, the management team was leaving to go back to the UK, so there was a lot of goodbyes and praying going on, as I leaned against the car hoping that we will leave any time soon. I think I must have looked really pale, that they decided to give me the front seat next to the window. The only seat that you can actually open the door from the inside! I asked two of our visiting nurses to come with me to the hospital, just for support. I was a little ...
... the matatu, as using my HUGE suitcase would be very unrealistic! I will let you know how the boys react! Gemma and I have been planning phonics lessons for the boys, so touch wood they are successful!
Hope everyone is OK in the UK!
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... There were often beach boys walking up and down the beach but they only talked to you as you went in and out of the water. They never ventured up to our loungers. I saw many people making interesting trades with the beach boys, we didnt know what they were selling but some traded it for a blow up chair and sunscreen! Very peculiar.
Amanda and I decided we would get up early to watch the sunrise, unfortunately it was a bit cloudy so we couldnt see it come above ...
... 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 ...
... I am meant to take my malaria tablets with food, lots of water and stay upright for an hour. I took it about 45 minutes before dinner was served, with a sip of water and then laid down on the sofa. Only have myself to blame really...!
Couldn't face food right away so had it plated up for me later. Was worth the wait, fajita style dinner followed by banana, maple syrup and peanut butter smoothie!!
Wasn't feeling too chipper so was in bed by 9.30pm.