Today I booked myself in to all inclusive must admit rooms are smaller cause it's commercial tourism but all you can eat and drink plus the added bonus of running hot water oh my god I'm so happy I haven't had a hot shower since leaving manchester, it's not a bad thing after a hot sweaty night to wake you up but you just don't feel like you are clean.
Another down side is the fact I now feel like I'm in Benidorm with aqua aerobics, fat hairy British old men pissed by dinner drinking lager in speedos by the side of the pool, if they only knew what was round the corner in the village friendly, lively people not wrapped up in whats going on around them makes me actually a little angry with myself, I thought a little bit of luxury would be good to finish on and mother wouldn't be worried but at least 1 out of 2 isn't bad and to be perfectly honest after going to Joy's house this afternoon in the village which costs £63 a month I'd rather stay there.
Before coming to Kenya I was told so many different things, even now other muzungu's parents are sending texts about Somalia and Kenya but I think the news is blowing it out of proportion, I'm not saying it's not happening but what about the riots in London and Manchester people of here didn't know about that and I'm not sure if it was reported about the british married couple here on their honeymoon? Last week i think, the brides father died 2 weeks before the wedding and her husband drowned in the sea not even 500 meters from where I'm sat writing this. I feel safer walking the streets here at night than what I would on a Friday or Saturday night in Hanley.
That's my little rant over with now I can tell you what I've been up to today I went back to Turtle Watch to help out and show a new volunteer around the village and half way through ice-cream I get a phone call saying there is a release to go on, so after meeting up on the road we drive to Matsangoni to collect a turtle that got caught in a fishing net and surprisingly how little I was told I remembered how many marginal scutes to count to measure the width and had to tag the rear flipper then realised as the sun started to set I realised it was nearly 7 and after eating I retired to my room 4 floors up with a long awaited breeze sat on the balcony looking out at the stars and moon silhouetting palm trees and the odd shimmer of the moon in the ocean listening to cheesy family disco music not a very poetic ending but.......