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We endured the return trip on 'the road' topped off with our driver getting lost along the way trying to drop off some other guests. It was a learning to limit and carefully clarify instructions in order to limit misinterpretation (even though intentions were good) not to mention a lesson in patience.
Finally back at our guest house we …
We spent the day mapping out our idea of a plan for 7 weeks in Kenya & Tanzania into a tentative itinerary dependent on booking, travel, price etc. We booked our first activity for the following day: a 3-day Safari into the Masai Mara, a large game reserve in south western Kenya along the Tanzanian border.
A friend of ours ('likely' …
Running overnight there is no real opportunity to sleep. So we napped as much as possible, enjoyed a fabulous salad buffet at the Cairo International terminal for only $6, read our books and computered a bit until we arrived in Nairobi – at 4am.
Fast form completion by Mia had us 2nd in line for our Visa's from the immigration …
... tired and very hungry. On the bright side, it is not hot in Nairobi so that's a plus.
At long last we wearily made it to the window with the name of our hotel. The man at the counter said, "Jambo, how was your trip?" I think I might have cried a little.
Traffic on the way to the Intercontinental Hotel was, well, there is no other way to describe it--- hellish. I understand now why the Kenyans have the number 1 rate of traffic accidents in the world. ...
... to pick up bodies. There were a lot of people surrounding the mortuary, so we just stood by and watched from a far.
We went to the pharmacy next, where I recorded prescriptions in the record book, while Paul, the pharmacist got the drugs ready. Our conversation went as fallows.
"You have a boyfriend?", he asked.
“Don’t want one”