New day new start it pretty much sucks at turtle watch the staff are so good and it's a great thing what they do but the management or deputy management is a shoddy peace of s*** so as I write this I'm heading down the coast on a road trip with Jasper to Diani where we are gonna work in schools and another turtle programme.
It was scary this morning getting a matatu to Kilifi cause I didn't know what I was looking for but got there safe the guy next to me told me where to get off all sorted had a big shop at Nakumat Africa's version of Tesco, so now were loaded with food driving south with the factory podcast blasting out, pushing matatu's off the road in a tropical storm, didn't think I'd be doing something as random as this on a Sunday but makes a change from hanging after a heavy night lol.
So we are here at Msambweni in the beach house, main aspect now is to learn more Swahili and go teach in the schools round here, Turtle Watch has plenty of staff and is run mote like a business, I did enjoy my time there but there is no need for help from volunteers and my time can be spent better else where.
So now just before I post I'm drinking dark and stormy's waiting for dinner to be cooked snacking on sashimi on the balcony in a sweet beach house and chatting bout films, but I must say I feel safest now as I have ever in Africa.
I didn't mention yesterday me and a few people from Arocha went to a place called hells kitchen where there has been loads of erosion it's like the grand canyon of Kenya didn't look big at the beginning but when you get down in to it it goes on for miles I have some really good pictures from there but all my pictures will be posted when I get home unfortunately the Internet signal isn't much cop round here :(