Diamonds Dream of Africa
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Babysitting service
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... is pretty long. So when I said to Katie, 'What long like 8/9 hours?' I wasn't expecting it to take over 12 hours. All I can say is poor George (but a huge thanks) for driving us cackling ladies 12 hours straight! About 4 hours into the journey, my bum was getting rather hot and numb, and my bladder was feeling quite full. Still, keeping very British about it I did not need to pee on the side of the road as George kindly found us a place to ...
... seems to cater to the Italian expats in Malindi, with an odd mix of European and African influences. What a joy to have free wifi and connect to friends via Facebook!! I posted a picture and said hi, so hopefully family and friends will see it. Town was busy, with a constant stream of traffic along the main road. I carried E in the baby carrier and we received quite a lot of stares. Many mums smiled and said Jambo, with babies in beautiful ...
... peps and with an endless knowledge...
The old bird kept asking questions to check if we were listening... felt like being back at school! Very hilarious though! As we were all playing the Chinese Nikon, nobody was really paying attention... that is until he told us he would confiscate our cameras if we were not more carefully listening :-))
So Nathalie&Cie's rating for the trip: 4stars out of five!
But actually I'll make it a five ...
... general leatherwork shack, piles of coconuts, pineapples or mangoes... and each shack lit at night with a single candle. Everywhere are tuk tuks, bicycles, people walking, children running, and men lounging by the side of the road, busy as busy.
In the centre of the village, there is a supermarket. Ahah! The stock here is variable and unexpected. Yes, we have Hob-Nobs. No, we do not have meat or chicken.. well, not today ...
... suicidal I suggest a Tom Sharp or some such book. Do not go near this one!
It was another boxing session this morning, and even though I have plastered up my war wounds of my knuckles, they still managed to take another beating, so I need another few days to heal.
Anyway, just before lunch today we have kettles and then we have the afternoon off whereby Paul and I (and Maya I think) are going to go to the snake farm.
Still undecided ...