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From The Voyager, we took a matatu to the Nyali City Mall, grand in name and quite impressive in fact. A matatu is the local descriptor of a minivan driven without regard for any other objects, stationary or moving, human or inanimate, and is best described in our own culture as a rapid means of transport to hell. I offered 100 Kenya shillings ($1.20) to the pimp who acts as the matatu conductor; he immediately said that was not enough. I flicked out ...
... to catch on my "for beginners" pics machine! (DAMN!)
I then thought if I was a bird I would have had a Pantagruel's breakfast!
Later on (after the biggest breakfast ever, could hardly move then! Probably due to the fish band history) I went for a massage (painful but tear wrenching good) and the famous henna tattoos session...
It took about 3hrs (painting and drying) so I used the time to chat with Sabrina, ...
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Today was a really really fantastic day! But before I go into the full "Adrian Mole" mode...
I would like to give you a few more insights into the Kenyan way of Life... (important points for "green" tourists like us)
First of all if you are a tourist and it is your first time in Kenya (like me) don't panic about security! Chill baby!
... to Ocean Sports for a dinner of grilled fish with Swahili sauce, chips and salad, which by all accounts did little to dilute my starter which had raw garlic as the main ingredient. Nice.
This is a beach that turtles frequent to lay their eggs on, but we saw no evidence of that tonight walking back. The beach was deserted, the moon full and the sound of the ocean overlaid any other sounds.
A great way to finish the evening.
... then repeat, for 4 minutes. So rather tired after all that.
Glad to be back though, 2 reasons, 1 - the sooner we get into this the sooner I get to leave boot camp!, 2 - Because I really enjoy this. I'm finally loving it. It's much better being the oldies, knowing what is coming! :-)
Tomorrow is looking like one hell of a day, running, then brekkie, then swim of some sort, then extra session again for oldies, then kettles.