Ora Resort Watamu Bay
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... and health were present at the conference. I remember attending a workshop in Nairobi for H2020 conference; none of the ministries of Kenya attended and the one person who was suppose to come send his spokesperson. *****ia sent their ministry of agriculture and ministry of health to the conference, which I thought was impressive. *****ia alone had over 10 participants at this conference and Kenya had only 5 and only me from the NGO sector.
Before Rwanda ...
... because I'm worried I'll break them (they are a lot more delicate & squishy than chicken eggs). One wouldn't want egg on ones face in this task. A great mornings work. In the afternoon, we all pop down to the beach to see the end of the Watamu triathlon, which in hindsight I should have entered. It looks pretty tough in the baking sun. Some of the coaches from my fitness week are there so it's good to catch up. After the presentations there ...
... in fishermen's nets. On the way I continue to be fascinated by the schools out here. Each one has a large sign outside, usually painted on a wall with a motto or message. The one most striking reads 'educating sensible and god fearing young people'. The uniforms continue to be a highlight; today there was a lilac shirt with marine green skirt followed by a pea green number for the boys. We take a longer drive all the way to the other side of the creek to ...
... for 'going ape' but my enthusiasm causes injury two which is an inconvenient burst blister in my palm. Breakfast, as always, was delicious. The fruit, especially the mangos, are wonderfully juicy and tasty and the coconuts are collected my a man dashing up the tree each morning. We get a couple of lifestyle presentations which were a mixture of nutrition, bionics and holistic thinking. Lets see if any of it holds when I'm back in the city. We have ...
... bus, a Man Utd hairdresser and a Chelsea phone shop. Kenyans, much like many foreign countries supporters, really have a loyalty to these football teams. Without wanting to go all Colonial on the subject, it seems to me that this is one 'Western' pleasure every common Kenyan can indulge in and they do so with pride. Im back just in time for another unsuccessful patrol on the beach at 7pm. I've got a fair few beach miles under the belt now. Should come in useful in the coming ...