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... everything and anything (especially the meaning of their different necklaces).
After a few minutes of chat with a Masai woman... Number 1788 noticed a young pregnant girl, not from the Masai tribe, looking at us.
Being well educated (hard to believe, I know) Nathalie&Cie included the girl, named Phenny into the conversation.
After a very typical womanish chitchat Phenny asked me to look at her stall (being not a shopping girl, ...
... the end of the holiday! (Not sure I'll do the leg shaking though... long distance friend, we'll remain :-))
After a Pantagruel's breakfast, we went for the village walk, which was in fact replaced by a stroll along the beach. Hmmmm???
We went up to the "wishing rock"... instructions given by the guide before touching the rock: "one wish and one only, no cheating"... Pants! I could have thought of a few, including never ending supply ...
... their way across or baling vigorously.
On the other side of the creek is a flock of flamingoes, so we headed over there to see.. but not before going aground as it is quite shallow in parts. Separate Toed Kyle leapt out to push. Our dhow man leapt out to push. Andrew leapt out to push... and we all sat on one side and leaned out.
Thankfully, Kyle and the dhow man had not leapt in with their mobiles in a ...
After leaving the hectic pace of Mombassa, we headed north to Malindi. Plenty of stuff to keep you occupied here (besides the nice beaches and surprisingly good pizza - just like a little Italy!)
During our time here we visited the Swahili ruins at Gedi, loads of strangling fig trees, not at all what we expected for this section ...
... and create muscle. Which is why we do them according to Joash, the 100m sprinter!
Because it was our last night together, we had dinner on roof, and speaking to Luke again about food, he reckons the following...
We should eat full fat everything (milk, yogurt etc) rather than low fat, as products that are low in fat mean that the fat has simply (such as skimmed milk) been skimmed off the top and what remains is the lactose. As you consume fat ...