Sand Island Beach Cottages
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... centre until he went to school. In July when all the other boys went back to the streets, Renson remained at the centre. Despite the temptation to flee he stayed telling sister Emma that he did not like 'street life'. His extended family were traced up near Nairobi and Renson was keen to be reunited with his aunt. (He had told sister Emma that under no circumstances did he want her to contact his father). Sister Emma arranged for her to visit a couple ...
... time teaching them how to play....he's got a week to do it in!
Today Kyle and I have said goodbye to Laura and are heading off on a two day safari in Tsavo. Our pick up was at 5am and I fell asleep after switching my alarm off, with the result that I woke up at 4:51am! I was still ready by 5:05am, but then had to wake Kyle up as he'd overslept too! So neither of us are really sure what we've packed and what we've inevitably left behind.....I'll keep you ...
... testie hanging out when you walk past someone lying down.
7: unisex: do not sun bathe on your back with your legs in the quarter to three position. There are a number of things that can happen:
A: a ladies you will get a frontal wedgie. I've done so much lip reading this few days I feel like I can do the sign language bit on the bottom right corner of see hear.
B: if you wear shorts fellas you will have spillage. Anyone lying in front of you tanning their back can bleed ...
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 ...