The white beaches of the Indian Ocean coast stretched before the friends as they both walked arm-in-arm with young African men, Allie resting her white haired-head on the shoulder of her companion, a six-foot-four 23-year-old from the Maasai tribe.
He wore new sunglasses he said were a gift from her.
We drive slowly looking for a signpost for our rendezvous but the darkness doesn’t make it easy.
After brief phone conversation with our host, we finally stop at a gate and my colleague and I are ushered into a huge bungalow.
"JUST UNWHOLESOME" Grieves-Cook and many hotel managers say they are doing all they can to discourage the practice of older women picking up local boys, arguing it is far from the type of tourism they want to encourage in the east African nation.