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KENYA // MOMBASA DAY 6

1 Last full day at the coast and we get up before seven to get into the truck we’ve rented. It drives us on dusty red dirt roads through remote little villages in the palm tree forests, sugarcane fields and pineapple farms. Little children run after our car, waving at us. After two hours we are all the way down by the Tanzanian border where a boat is waiting to take us out to Wasini Island and the marine park, just like we’ve done all the other times we go down to Mombasa. 5 You get on a big wooden boat and there is a dolphin safari, comfy beds to lie down on to eat fruit or read or listen to the waves. This is then followed by a couple of hours of snorkelling in glistering clear water among colourful reefs and sea turtles. 2 For some weird reason we instead end up with 20 other people and waves as tall as houses. The boat rocks back and forth and people fight over a bucket to puke in! I usually never get sea sick but this is insane, and then hearing one person after the other get sick, and the smell of it… These photos were shot just before the storm happened. Two hours of hell later and we’re finally by the reef, see the dolphins swim around the boat and get into the water to do some snorkelling. Unfortunately due to the waves there is a dusty cloud filling up the water, making it difficult to see. Daniel is loving it though, which is all I care about. We see Nemo and Dory and other fish. 34 The ride to Wasini Island is horrid too and I fear for my life more than once as the boat makes us all lift from our seats. We do make it though and my parents’ friends cook delicious fish and crab for us before taking us around the tiny island. All I can think is that I am knackered and so sick of anything that has to do with water. 6 I pass out in the car back home but feel better that night. We take a taxi to go to the palace Swahili Hotel, owned by a British Sikh who bathes in money. It is grand, beautiful, perfectly designed, and always empty. We sip cappuccinos by the beach and Saga runs down to put her feet in the mosaic pool surrounding the whole compound. We laugh at our day trip which was a hilarious disaster, and go through how amazing the trip has been so far.   Linn

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