Leisure Lodge Hotel
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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Monday 13th January 2014
I opened my eyes at 5.50am today to see a horrible cockroach crawling across the top of the mosquito net. In a panic I froze and watched the horrible mite scuttle ac round for a while. Then the inevitable happened. It got inside the net!!!!! I have never moved so fast....whacking my head on the way...I jumped out of the bunk bed as quickly as possible and thought about my plan of action to get rid of it!!! ...
... could check out and went for a swim. After our swim, we took a walk on the beach to explore the beautiful beachfront and Indian Ocean. It was sad to see Anne so terrified of the beach, she thought the tide would rise at any moment or a tsunami would come wash them away. I didn't know until later, but them being from Nairobi, it was their first time seeing the ocean 500 km's away from their hometown.. this was their first time out of the city! Anne tasted the sand thinking ...
... people here are proud of their accomplishments and have BIG dreams...we have found that those we meet love the US...but then again...much of what they have...WATER in particular was funded by people in the US...what is not to love!
Tomorrow...visits to schools..and spending the night in the village...this is a bit of a concern...no Internet, no coffee, little electricity...this shall prove to be interesting.
... he didn't have to do that and that taking such good care of
me was enough. I didn't want to get into the details of how I can't
bring a chicken with me to the U.S. (nor do I want to-ha).
I picked cow peas (similar to black
eyed peas) for several hours this week- spread over several days.
Again, I can't communicate with my family so mostly we just sit in
silence, which is nice in itself. I realized that I appreciate the
dim lighting ...
... ahhh so good!
I still can't believe I"m here living this life. We have 12 days left in the community, 2 in Mombasa then I have 10 days to play before heading home on the 23rd. Everything is good. I'm mentally and physically doing really well, though I really miss my fam. I just need a "re-charge" I suppose. Everyday my scholars and I do our peak and pit which typically turns into a pit and many "mini-peaks" because the good always outweighs the ...