Ocean Village Club
Travel Blogs from Diani
... br> I am also putting a theory I read in a book into practice! The book says - in my simple interpretation - that if you start your new year, new chapter, in the place you live, surrounded with friends and family your year to come will be a reflection on your new year mode of celebration. Well I will be surrounded with a lot of new people, but geographically I will remain in one place. So let's see whether this means, my year to come (2014) as far as my career goes will ...
... My last week we have three blood typing/HIV testing clinics near Naivasha. Finally!! Hurray!!
I haven't taken many pictures but I'll get on that soon so these posts aren't so dull. Also I'll put all my safari pictures on fb when I'm home (in two weeks! How?!)
I am also the only one in the house who is yet to get a mosquito bite. Rory and Vicki get at least five a night but somehow I'm avoided. This makes me question my health (so bad a mosquito would rather starve).
... the boys on days out, Gemma and I are arranging to take the boys next Tuesday- so fingers crossed we get nice weather as currently it is raining all the time! Not what I expected for Kenya!!
For the centre, Gemma and I had planned some phonics lessons, so I prepared some word cards the previous night, with various phonic sounds such as 'at' 'igh' 'er' etc for the boys to use, and in our lesson they used them to draw ...
... ourselves that we needed to see this line for ourselves. The big reason behind this stems from that famous Simpsons episode where Bart goes to Australia and determines that the toilet flushes in the opposite direction. I think the more academically inclined refer to this as the Coriolis Effect.
Luckily there was an enterprising young man on hand to showcase this effect. With a bowl of water and some matchsticks, he showed us the clockwise direction ...
... some reason, it was decided that we were going to Matwapa, it's a town about half hour away where the locals go out. I really didn't want to go, but you don't leave yourself alone in Kenya, so I had to follow. It wasn't worth it, I got grabbed lots in the bar because I was white and felt really uncomfortable. Luckily some of the others weren't really feeling it so we went home. Still didn't get back until ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service