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We had a nice dinner on the shores of Lake Tanganyika last night with Nathan and Mo´se. We talked about many things and discussed plans for the futures as we watched the sun set over the lake and the mountains in the Congo.
After dinner and our goodbyes, Jim Franks and I chatted and worked on our electronic mediums until 11:00 when I …
... a chance to ask their questions and be open about their status. We did some condom demonstrations and a lot of role playing and talking about how to talk to their boyfriends/girlfriends about their status and their feelings about sex. After Lea Toto we went to the Maasai Market to finish up some shopping and now we are just about to have dinner and relax for the rest of the night. It's hard to believe this journey is ...
... thru' customs without too much ado.
We were met by the tour organisers -Rajab and George from Twiga Tours and had a small champagne welcome in the car park on the traffic island, received our safari hats and another small bag with sunscreen, mozzie repellent and hand sanitiser. We then boarded a bus to the hotel- Sarova Panafric in downtown Nairobi. Another welcome with the hand-cloths (lovely lemon grass scent) and a drink by the pool. The tour organiser gave ...
... kid just cuddled into me and had another one called Newton staring at me. He had these cool pointy shoes on and a holey jumper. Spent the day washing plates and scrubbing shoes but in between got to talk to the girls and paint their nails. At lunch we went down to the shops and stalls. We heard this music pounding in the distance and where like what the hell is going on. Then this huge ...
... for us in the apartment for two weeks, so after our trip to Mombasa this weekend, we will be moving into another apartment. Cons about the apartment are that it costs more (still only about a quarter of what we were paying in rent in Houston). Pros about the apartment include it's way closer to the hospital, it has a fridge (very excited about being able to buy milk in non-powdered form again), and the possibility of a comfortable bed (we haven't managed to find ...
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