Sand Island Beach Cottages
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and still had the same clothes on he was wearing in January. I am so proud of him for enduring 12 months at the centre and he was proud to tell me he starts school in January. I can't believe I'm actually going to have the privilege of taking him. What a turnaround this little boy has made. He had a blip in July when he returned to the streets for a very short time but soon returned to the rescue centre. The other 3 boys I knew were part of The group I took to school in my first ...
As an Overall Experience I would recommend a trip to Mombasa, it’s at a whole other place to the western society, the lifestyle in a lot of ways is rougher and tougher for this nation however the people seem to be some of the happiest and inviting people I’ve ever come across. I’d really encourage a visit.
... back at work today. He has been off work since the middle of December. He has been on compassionate leave because his wife died in an awful accident. She was travelling in a matatu on a busy main road and a lorry overtook causing a pile up. He was so open about what happened, telling me he is now a single parent of their four children - 2 boys and 2 girls.
Speaking of sad news, Dennis was gone again. I had a feeling this would ...
... time. More if they preach about them saving the planet. You might save the planet but the amount of times you nearly kill someone who swerves or emergency stops trying to avoid you when you go through stop lights or give way signs detracts from any lack of carbon footprint.
Our driver takes us to the ferry to cross the river. There are two ferries in the port one for cars and one for people. I have never witnessed so many people surge forward at anyone point. The ferry for ...
For the last five days we have been fully engaged in constructing the greenhouse and chicken coop at the Machao Orphanage, working from 10am til 5pm each day, digging holes, mixing concrete, hanging plastic on the greenhouse, building and using a ladder, laying brick, mixing mortar, hauling water by hand up the hill from the well to the work site and using old hand tools for everything. Hard labor, hot sun, sweet satisfaction as we see things come together. Each day around ...