It's hot and it's busy, but the people here are so amazing.The food is delicious (dodgy chapatti breads from a street stall aside) and there is such a mixture of things to do - go on a safari adventure, hit the stunning beaches, go biking in the forests, try haggling at markets, wander through old towns or just kick back with a passion fruit juice at the roadside as the world whizzes past you...', get high-fived until your palms are sore, but for smiles this wide you'll do it all day if you have to.
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High five every single child before attempting to leave. 6pm - Hail a motorbike taxi and feel the breeze in your hair as you sail home on a cloud of dust and ghetto beats into the waiting sunset.
5.15pm - Say ' No, I REALLY have to go now' 5.30pm - OK my hand hurts. Motorbike taxis are four times the price of a matatu but they're faster and a great way to get around, even if they make my mum panic when she hears that I've been on one. Somewhere after midnight - OK possibly time for bed... we're in Kenya after all, we have the rest of our lives to sleep!
Matatus are minivans and are Mombasa's equivalent of the public bus.
They have 12 seats, so in theory they should seat 12, but in most cases you'll be sharing your seat with three others so don't even think about personal space invasion.
She’s been lucky enough to travel to Tanzania, Uganda, Zanzibar, Honduras and Mexico to name a few amazing destinations.
When she’s the UK, she likes to take advantage of cheap flights to Europe too.
I'm Katie and I'm currently volunteering at a children's home in Mombasa, Kenya, for a few months.
The children I'm working with have blown my mind; some of them are orphaned and don't have anyone else in the world, but they're happy, polite and so talented.
How funny am I just for looking like me and talking like I do?!