SheShe Baharini Beach Hotel
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... camera, has prove herself a very worthy companion. This year I was able to publish couple of photos in a local magazine back in the UK, Oxford shire. National Geographic, any day now, any day!
From Porini camp, we traveled to Mombasa, which became my new home. I am now volunteering as the Nutrition program officer at my friend's NGO with two other volunteers, both from Kenya. I aim to work on exploring alternative livelihoods in local coastal communities for ...
... through our excited minds as we completed all our departure procedures. Our flight to Adelaide, (just long enough for a bowl of Muesli and an episode of 'New Girl' ) was brief, as was our stop over there. Another breakfast on our long haul to Darwin was most welcome as was our inflight-iPad movie selection. The intense wall of heat and humidity that we walked into at Darwin Airport hit us hard so we were glad when our ...
... but the volunteers do pretty much have free reign to organise activities and lessons for the boys which is really nice, especially from my perspective as I have been able to use various experiences from work in the UK as guidance for supporting the boys.
We went to Old town in the afternoon, which is very close to Fort Jesus, one of the National Heritage sites of Mombasa, which we are going to visit on Sunday. Old town is fantastic for haggling, yet the shops are ...
... ostriches and giraffes.
We made it to Tiwi beach that evening, just south of Mombasa. Our choice of accommodation was unbelievably perfect and I couldn’t stop smiling that evening, overjoyed at our beautiful location. We had a huge beach banda all to ourselves, with two large bedrooms, a kitchen, living room, bathroom and veranda, placed no more than 50 metres behind one of the most beautiful beaches I’ve ever seen.
The bandas ...
... Gary delighted in dragging me into the bat cave for a closer look at the winged devils, much to the bemusement of the fishermen! On our final night we were invited to the Cheryl & Arty's cottage (the managers of Sand Island) for cocktails. A few Moscow Mules later we wandered merrily back to our cottage, taking in a final nighttime view of the beach and happily forgetting that we'd be back on the "Lunatic Line", as it is affectionately known, to ...