Ocean Beach Resort & Spa
Travel Blogs from Malindi
... profiter des premières images...mais en quelques mots c'est un rêve... même le diner se promène sans complexe à tes pieds (je viens juste de croiser 500gr d'un crabe qui courait plus vite que son ombre!)
Petit dîner aux chandelles au programme avec "snake show" en fond d'écran ...où là j'achète!
Demain trekking dans la mangrove :-) et bien quoi demander de plus!
... which is the stuff that holds the muscles together, needs to become more flexible to make you more flexible. The golf ball under foot is still a tad painful though. Bt today we did extra deep stretching which brought a few tears to my eyes, and made a puff like we were in labour!
This afternoon was Sienna House Combo, (which is another of the buildings here), whereby we had a bit if an obstacle course which was in and out and over trees, jumping, doing thrusters, ...
... keep it all in mind. Breakfast followed by swim skills. I didn't realise how very bad I was at swimming until I did this. Still, what better place to improve, but boy am I panicked about my 4km open water swim we have tomorrow (Thursday)! I am certainly the worst in the group, and think I will struggle lots, but am told we can use a floatation device if we get too tired. That'll be the 3.5km then. I was in the pool yesterday and did what amount to a width of a ...
... the conversation ended with him asking for money which is something I have already got very used to in the few days I have been here. You can literally start talking with anyone here but so often their motive is to try and get something out of you because all mazungu's are seen as having money. This is already frustrating at times and a real shame because overall the people are geniunely warm and extremely friendly.
My evening consisted of a 5 hour session reading ...
... out on a lot of funding as well as supplies, even after being promised by the government. While that may not seem surprising, the Imani project volunteers are very upset particularily about the missing shipments of enriched flour that those living with HIV/AIDS rely on to keep themselves from becoming too weak and underweight.
Additionally, they told me that the flour they receive originates in the USA. The Imani ...