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Educational Tour in Pictures

Photos by Victor, the DGS School Manager

Please see this link for Victor's full Report - The Educational Tour Report

The DGS Staff acompany the children on the tour; left to right:
Beatrice Tabitha Aura, Jessica Ambia Titiha, Jeremiah Ndika Akhonya, Catherine Mutuku, Moses Alan’go, Consolata Kamegele and Dixon Muga.
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On route to MalindiEducational Tour

Crossing the Kilifi Bridge, over the Indian Ocean, on their way to Malindi
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They arrive at Sabaki River, the second longest river in KenyaEducational Tour

The walk down to the river bankEducational Tour

Moses Alan’go teaching the students about the crocodile and Hippo infested riverEducational Tour

Looking out for crocodiles
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Looking out for hippopotamus
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Two hippopotamus captured on camera by Victor!Educational Tour

A stop on the way to the Vasco da Gama pillar for some refreshing mangoes
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The walk to the Vasco da Gama pillar Educational Tour

The walk to the Vasco da Gama pillar
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The DGS children learn about Vasco da Gama
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Taking notes about Vasco da Gama
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Group photo at the Vasco da Gama pillar Educational Tour

Group photo at the Vasco da Gama pillar
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Having a well earned rest! Educational Tour

Having a well earned rest!
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Enjoying the view and waves
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Lunch was provided by the Hon. Mishi Juma Khamis, the Mombasa Government Women’s Representative, and the drinks, of water and soda, by the Castle Royal Hotel.Educational Tour

Ms Mishi Juma provided the lunch of pilau with meat and brown breadEducational Tour

Lunch break - the water and soda drinks were provided by the Castle Royal Hotel
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Lunch was a rare treat of pilau (rice, meat and Arabic spices) and brown bread
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The Malindi national Museum - the history and culture Malindi
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Is this one of the museum's artefacts ?
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The children visited Malindi's only public library
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The children visited Malindi's only public library
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Madam Consolata Kamegele and Dixon Muga welcomed by Gede National Monument
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Gede ruins - the 13th century remains of a Swahili town near Malindi Educational Tour

Gede ruins - the 13th century remains of a Swahili town near Malindi
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Gede ruins - the 13th century remains of a Swahili town near Malindi
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Gede ruins - the 13th century remains of a Swahili town near Malindi
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Gede ruins - the 13th century remains of a Swahili town near Malindi
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Gede ruins - the 13th century remains of a Swahili town near Malindi
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The tree house in the grounds of the Gede ruins
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The tree house which oversees the Gede ruins
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A highlight of the day was climbing up to the tree house
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A highlight of the day was climbing up to the tree house
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The views of the Gede ruins from the tree house were great
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DSG teachers in the tree house - Jeremiah, Beatrice, Catherine and Moses Educational Tour

DGS children visit the Snake Park
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The Snake Park
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The Snake Park - don't try this at home!
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The Snake Park - Dixon Muga shows no fear!
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The Tour ended with a visit to the museum in Gede
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The museum in Gede stores some of the famous artefacts rescued from the town
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Making notes on some of the famous artifacts at the Gede museum
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The tour ended after their visit to the museum in Gede
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Victor, the DGS School Manager, who took all the photos said: "All and all it was a wonderful experience which I'm sure the kids will remember for a very long time. We deeply thank the Mombasa Senator Mr Hassan Omar for contributing towards this unforgettable tour."

Please see this link for Victor's full Report - The Educational Tour Report

 

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