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Best and worst places on the planet

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´╗┐Best and Worst Places on the Planet Best place The most memorable place that I have ever been to was my holiday to Kenya. It was the most enjoyful five weeks of my life so far. The reason I remember this was because each day was exciting. I stayed at my aunt?s house, which was massive, with an enormous garden. I remember this one particular place called ?Simba Union?, which was a cafe where you could go to eat and relax. We ate in a ?Shamba?, which was a small, round, hut-like building, with a straw roof and windows. Just outside was an outdoor barbecue that we could use to make burgers. ...read more.

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Another place that I remember from my time in Kenya was ?Turtle Bay Hotel? in Mombasa, which had the most beautiful beach and scenery I?ve ever seen. I remember waking up and looking out of the balcony at the view. It felt so peaceful as I looked into the distance, overlooking the beach and Indian Ocean. You could also hear the birds sing in the morning and see the coconut trees shed leaves at night. The beaches there were made of white sand and were so soft you wish you could walk on them every day. Because the sand was so soft, it was easy to build sand castles, but very hard to run on! ...read more.

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As we rode by in the car, you could smell the rubbish, which surrounded this area. From my point of view, I couldn?t stand it, but I had to realise that these people have to live with this smell. What I had to stand for a few minutes, the people that live there have to stand for the rest of their lives, which gave me a dampening feeling. My uncle decided to take us to a rundown building to show us the harsh reality of where people have to work in order to earn a living. You could see the plaster coming off the walls, cracks in the windows and cobwebs everywhere. This experience showed me how lucky we really are living in England leading me to wonder is what we define poverty in this country, the same as these people would define poverty in their country? ...read more.

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