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... very poignant moment (especially when thinking of the state of the mentionned shorts hopefully I will not be sued by angry parents)!
Even more poignant was when the teacher managed to get them all together and the little bees started to sing a welcome song in Swahili and they wished us in one big voice and clapping hands "welcome".I had tears in my eyes... and a smile on my face!
It was wonderful, beautiful... I mean I can't really ...
... joined back the beach where fresh coconuts juice&crabs were on offer ... How could you better perfectionate the day? (purchase a jar of mangrove honey, maybe? :-))
Number 1788 is now shattered and will therefor go and plug herself somewhere...
Tomorrow I'll tell you everything about the village walk, my new mate Henry and how safe it is to go round alone on your bicycle!
Number 1788 alias Nathalie&Cie.
... table – followed by the usual arguments – a
second and third pass – more arguments and then dessert, very happy I wasn't doing the dishes. The Bullet and the Bee were happy they managed to make it to breakfast most days just as we
were leaving, lunch was around the pool and then the kids ate at
6.30pm with Kids Club so there were no food fights or arguments in
the evening, we even managed to steal away and have a quiet meal for
I think ...
... of 8 shapes pull-buoys, of which I took the kickboard and the pull-buoy, I did take flippers, and a pair of socks as a last resort, but really didn't want to have to attempt to put socks on in the water and not be able to touch the ground. I as a bit nervy but not so bad that I had worried myself sick. I told myself I could do it and push come to shove I would use all the aids I had at my disposal.
We all boarded a bus to take us ...
... from Malindi.
When the matatu drops me somewhere near the place I walk for a while along a dirt road and I start feeling that I'm lost.
I guess I was supposed to see this *obvious* sign pointing towards a small path.
Luckily I'm rescued by some local kids that are very happy to show me the way, for ...