|The Greek Club Brownie (without cream)|
|Our new dresses from Grandma (we are doing a silly dance)|
|Celebrating Dad's Birthday!|
Last week we went to Kipepeo Beach in Dar es Salaam. Kipepeo means butterfly in Swahili. We went there with Grandma and Grandad when they were leaving to go back to England. The waves were strong, they knocked over all us in the water! I tried to run back to the shore to beat a big wave. But it beat me and knocked me right under the water. We have been learning about coasts and the seaside with Grandma. We learned about sand dunes and cliffs and creatures. At Kipepeo, it was very sandy - the sand was very hot and burned our feet! There are lots of jelly fish there, but we didn't get stung. We saw fish swimming below us in the clear water and fishermen with their nets.
|It was so crowded getting on the ferry on our way to Kipepeo!|
Here is a list of what you have to pay if you hit animals on the road through the gamepark. Most expensive is a twiga (giraffe) and a tembo (elephant). But you would not kill an elephant I don't think, because they are so BIG!
Today I had to say good bye to my friend, Kaiya. She is going back to Australia until January. She is seven years old like me and we love playing together. I am going to miss her.