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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 ...
... beachboys because then you will pay more.
- A snorkeling trip you can get for 2.400 Ksh including 1.300 Ksh park fees.
- To go to the Gede ruins from Watamu just get on the matatutu for 40 Ksh and walk a bit to the site.
- For souvenirs go to some small shops between Tiki guesthouse and the road to the beach. It is close to the Exim bank. I promised those nice ladies to promote them so here it ...
... br> Nathalie&Cie shot up in the air and claimed her victory! (Not bad for a sport has-been!)
That did get me the acclamation from security :-)
Rest of the afternoon was spent nibbling while watching Kenyan dancers ... I do like their music very rhythmic!
Anyway...need to do a wild exit again... Time to get down to the restaurant!
And food is FOOD!
Catch you later ...whouuuushhhhh...(already at the door)
... which juts out beyond the room into the great nothing outside the tower building itself. Encased in rather delicate ironwork so one would find it hard to roll out of bed and catapult oneself to the ground, I agree, but I don't think it would prove a restful night. There were two German girls staying with Nani, and they were sleeping in the tower in this flying bed and in true spirit found it wonderful. Not being great with heights myself, I would be happy to ...
... a massage by one to the trainers, Zoe. I had been given a hint or two that it was extremely painful and even big boys apparently cry. Mmmmm? I'm almost ashamed to say what actually happened. Suffice to say, there wasn't a monkey on the continent that didn't hear me! Zoe did prepare me by saying that I should do my breathing as if I was in labour. I had quadruplets. Now you can imagine the pain I was in. I was breathing so heavily ...