Ocean Village Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... went well today, the language barrier a problem at times but they are bright boys.
In the afternoon we took the long winded journey to the school! It is in a place called Kikimbala which is over an hour away. Steve wanted to say goodbye to the wonderful boys we had met and taken to the school last week. We also planned to buy Charles some school shoes.
The journey consists of 2 matatu rides (I am still finding these fascinating - it is like being on ...
... was completely covered by seaweed. Anyways, it was a perfect day after a long bus ride. After leaving the beach we walked to the grocery store where we bought flour and potatoes so we could make homemade gnocchi. We cooked that night for the first time in almost two months (lucky for me, Francesca hasn't lost her touch!). The gnocchi was delicious and everyone at the hostel got to try at least a bite. Tuesday morning we took a matatu back into Mombasa and spent the ...
... life and feel very lucky to be doing it now. It still feels like daylight robbery when you walk away from the bar with food, drinks and an ice cream without having to hand over any money.
This evening, after dinner at the buffet, we went to the Lookout Bar, a bar in the resort overlooking the beach. Mike and Kinny ended up going out into Mombasa after and had an eventful night of their own. The rest of us, after a few drinks, hit the ...
... Grabbed Amanda and off we went. As we walked down the beach all I could think was “Seriously? Is this my life? THANK YOU.”
We headed up to Nairboi, due to traffic and terrible road conditions it took us about 9-10 hours. All 5 of us were packed in with all of our luggage so it wasn’t the most comfortable ride, but, being a Cullins, I made sure us passengers had the appropriate beverages and great “topics” to discuss. ...
... 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 ...