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Day 18

rain 27 °C

September 19th

Early rise after a very late and drunken night out, people where struggling. I was in a spiffing mood - Sarah and i had headed to the truck at 12am and just chilled until 1am, because by this point the alcohol had seriously worn off, so we weren't as bad as everyone else! Plus i don't get hangovers, so even if it HAD been a heavy night, i still would have been fine - win, win (:
Headed to the beach at half eight in the morning and it was VERY cloudy. It rained on and off all morning so we were in and out of 40's all the time - had chicken and cheese toasted baguette for brunch while sitting at the bar writing my journal with a coffee. I know, i sound fancy eh? haha.
I went on the internet at the beach, and i have to say i was more than pleasantly surprised at how quick it was. Was on for about an hour or so just writing emails but i never got to do my blog because i got chatting to people on facebook chat! oh how things change eh? (; loved it though, might do the blog tomorrow.
After i headed i to the beach with everyone else, was good to chhhhhill! Went a walk along the beach with Bryony, got hassled by men then headed back - was so good though, got some nice photos!
HAHAHA - ran into the sea with Bryony and i totally tripped over a wave - i made it into a "dive" cause i totally meant to do that anyway.. "/ water was good and warm though (:
Got back, a bit more chilling etc etc, them BAM! accused of stealing food... not even just a misunderstanding and an "okay, never mind! thing, it was a taken into an office on our own and accused by the manager, type thing. Jenny and I then sorted it out with the owner who was really nice, sounded South African, but he said if the books didn't balance up he would call the camp and get us to pay up.
Chilling tonight though, good alternative to 40's... I'll keep you up to date on the stealing thing...


Posted by annscarr 06:38 Archived in Kenya

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