Voyager Ziwani, Tsavo West
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... to change placements and work with the children. The children were adorable, always smiling, holding our hands and looking after their younger siblings. The children won me over.
We then moved on to the IDP camp. There story was truly amazing. Due to violence and politics (possible cause to most problems in Kenya) these families became homeless. They are living in makeshift tents and a few years ago the government only resettled a ...
... more amazing.
As we moved ahead I saw some thing stripped amongst the gazelles on my right. Oh really!! Those were the zebras and I was seeing them for the first time. I had seen them only in books and TV programs. They were far but we stopped for a while and I observed. John was smiling as asked if we could leave. I said OK and we moved with the speed not exceeding 20kms/hr.It was just 15-20 min after we had entered and we spotted ...
... girls to learn tailoring. We met a tailor there who had been working for 38 years and had taught girls tailoring since the centre opened in 2006. I also met one of the girls, who after 8 months of training, made a handbag in front of our eyes in 5 minutes flat! She was really lovely, very proud of what she was doing. She explained that she could now make clothes for her three month old daughter (she ...
... to the dive crew and are chucked on the back of a flat bed truck and carted off. By the time we get to the resort Mr Smith is back to beige and saying lets grab our stuff and grab lunch. Which we do.
We find some sun and shade and I take the sun and start reading and Mark takes the shade and listens to one of the three and within minutes is dozing.
After the toasting on the beach we head back to our cabin. Linnet our domestic help (she of the bat collection) has ...
... less small towns.
There were lots of road blocks... Well I mean planks of wood with huge spikes sticking out of them scattered over the road... Well road is probably not the best description. These tyre skewers were manned by the military. It's quite scary.
Then we we hit the gateway into the samburu. Oh my lord. The holiday started the drive up to the lodge was spectacular we saw so impala first and were very excited and thought it was fantastic to see something just ...