The Neighbor’s Son
So my birthday was last week on 10th, but because i couldn’t celebrate it on a weekday, we postponed it to Saturday.
The party was to go down in watamu beach. This was going to be one hell of a party considering most of our best friends were coming- with some travelling all the way from south coast, Nairobi and Nakuru. In total, we were expecting a total of not less than 30 guests.
So i booked a ten bed roomed villa that was 80MTS from the beach. Actually, at night you could hear the sound of the ocean, the mighty roar of the waves. Accommodation was paid for one night- meaning guys would be in watamu from Saturday to Sunday. Perfecto.
Two goats lost their lives early Saturday morning. On the menu was roasted meat, boiled meat, matumbo, liver, chapattis, beans, ugali, white rice, vegetables, and lots of other foods. Suffice to say, alcohol was flowing. Beer, whisky, wines, brandy and other types of alcohol.
And of course weed was available thanks of course to the bad influence of our Nairobi pal #$#$#$, hahaha!!
As they say, what happens in watamu stays in watamu. With the presence of longtime friends like Billy young nyambok, Mark kibuka, Philomena Wasaonga, James Mungai, peter Mukabi, Mwangi, Rose kimani, faith, Leonida Omari, suzzie and many more, it would be safe to say that the house was not short of drama.
The only setback was that the number of ladies by far outweighed that of men and people like my lovely friend *$%3%& were left confused. In total he hit at eight gals- in end, he lost them all. Hahaha! May that be a lesson to all men though!
I still have a slight hangover, so I won’t write much. IL let the pictures speak for themselves
Here are some of the photos…
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