Delta Dunes Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... walk away, and has minimal stuff there. The nearest town with "western" facilities (supermarket, internet etc) is a 2 hour drive away. It is incredibly hot. The temperature during the day regularly gets above 30, once this week to 35 (in the shade). There is no mains electricity. There is a generator which is supposed to go on every evening for 3 hours but since we've been here its been broken and we've had 2 evenings of electricity! Thank ...
... forgot to mention the stick figure in the first circle has no armor and is just some battle wounds. Now the warrior is protected from new wounds and able to heal from the prior, through gaining strength, self worth and support in their new life. The last circle is the future called the victory/celebration where the warrior identifies future goals and dreams. The warrior also wins the battle here and the child can draw on the picture anything they desire here.
Lastly, the ...
... where I met daisy the giraffe. I was able to feed her, but when I didn't give her food she tried to head butt me. She was very aggressive, though she didn't look it with her huge eyes and lashes!! Not long now until I'll be meeting mum and Grammy in Perth! Less than 24 hours! Goodbye Africa, Im leaving a piece of my heart here, and hopefully will see you in the near future! (Corny I ...
... often, to my annoyance, was famous in town for it. Children, and sometimes adults, would yell "mzungu, mzungu!!" in excitement, followed by a hand grab, shake, high five, wave, or in the worst circumstance, grabbed by a man in a moving vehicle (yup that happened). And I mean, this was everywhere and everyday on my walk to the orphanage about 10 minutes away from my home stay. I never thought I would dislike this so much, but I guess I'm just a person who likes to be unnoticed. ...
... the last minute, Elvis, a student gave me a weed woven hat that he had made especially for me. It was hard to get in that van. Most of us cried all of the way home.
We got back home and packed our things. I took a quick shower because my next one would be over 24 hours later. We packed the rest of our things and put the bags downstairs were they were loaded into two cars. The traffic through Nairobi was insane. The worst I have ever seen. I have an idea why now. We ...