Waterlovers Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the centre..they must pay their own to show motivation etc etc...none of this applied when I went and rescued 5 boys with Father Simon. The Sisters don't like to treat the boys too much, yet Simon and a previous volunteer went and bought a DVD player for them and snuck it in!!!!
Another funny story is that the previous 12 boys (who started school) got to know her so well that in the mornings they would purposely leave a cup, or spill some water on the ...
... 90% of the time. Of course Moses things we are too busy suddenly for us to take two days off but he warmed to the idea.
Today we went to Igegania to talk to a hospital there about our services. (The chief medical guy was albino. Made me feel a bit at home). It turned into Moses whoring us out. I guess Rory and I are a part of the package and he plans to send us out there at some point. Anything for something to do! This week we have an outreach on Wednesday, then we leave ...
... we treated ourselves in Mombasa and stayed at an all inclusive resort. We also deserved a treat after our cab broke down, and we had to walk about ten minutes with our bags, in teh heat, to our fancy resort. The guys at the gate were slightly startled to see two sweaty girls walking in with their luggage! All inclusive meant cocktails overlooking the beach (included), cocktails by the pool (included).. Amy had promised us cocktails at the top of Kili ... and then ...
... life and feel very lucky to be doing it now. It still feels like daylight robbery when you walk away from the bar with food, drinks and an ice cream without having to hand over any money.
This evening, after dinner at the buffet, we went to the Lookout Bar, a bar in the resort overlooking the beach. Mike and Kinny ended up going out into Mombasa after and had an eventful night of their own. The rest of us, after a few drinks, hit the ...
... we sat at a bungalow/restaurant/bar and drank beer and laid on big pillowed couches. There was a guy with camels offering rides. At one point Caitlin and I were walking back from putting our feet in the water when I said, "Have you ever been on a camel?" “No, have you?” “Yeah in Morocco. You have to do it.” So I went and haggled with the man on a price (I had recently developed my gift for haggling in Mombasa and do most ...