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 ...
... of what followed...
After settling back in the matatu (Kenyan bus), I shared with the others my will to buy a bottle of some typical Kenyan alcohol and was seeking advices... Without warning the driver made an 180 turn an drove back down to the ruins site. All very surprised we asked him what was the matter/fire. He told us that their was a typical African bar down there which was serving Mnazi!
Now have you ever been or seen an open bar in ...
... with or flush the loo, but it pretty much fixes everything else.
Andrew had an artist's lunch to go to and we were invited to join some others for lunch. Three other artists all also had guests staying, so we eight “remnants” were to lunch together. This was to take place at the home of Nani Croze, a local German glassworking artist, in her “tower”.
Well. No words can adequately describe this “folly” which shines ...
... to the Vulture problem.
Man and Wife and guide walking in jungle. Guide takes them off beaten path and they get lost. Wife falls down, and over a cliff. Vulture soon circle. Man and guide will starve if they do not eat, so guide suggests they eat the wife. Man unhappy. Guide goes to bottom of cliff and know man not happy to eat wife, so decides to say the vultures ate her but he grabbed a vulture before it flew away and this is its meat. ...