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... arguing over a toy! We stayed here for an hour while they introduced us to all 21 of their orphaned elephants. Very sad. For lunch we got supplies from a large mall. Matt tried a beef burger pie, it was exactly what the name says! Not long after we were on the way to our campsite where everyone set up their tents and got sorted for the eve. We had a night off from chores and enjoyed a cooked dinner (included) and a hot ...
... probably got down to 13 degrees. People outside were making fires and wearing big winter jackets. I knew I was gonna snuggle into my sleeping bag tonight. At 9:38 pm we made it to Nairobi. We were super fast taking only 15,5 hours. But I could also tell from the ride that we didn't go slow! So it was pitch dark, I didn't know where I was or where the next hotel was with dozens of people offering a taxi ride around me. I didn't even know where ...
... with chapatti. Definitely a great way to show thanks and what I thought was going to conclude an already amazing last day. This however, was an understatement for what was planned before we departed.
Right before we were about to leave, we were asked to stay for a few more minutes. The following event is one that I will never forget and made for the best lasting impression one could have ever asked for. The teachers first started with a ...
Overall a good day! We are home early this afternoon, the sun is shining and it's gorgeous out! I'm sitting on the front porch of our house blogging and taking in the Kenyan sunshine. Just a couple more days of this great weather we've had here and we are hoping to bring it home with us too!
Tonight we are planning to lay out all the donations we brought, bought and packed for the hospital and the school ...
fill a cavity, 250 to pull a tooth, and about 600 for a root canal or a crown.
The exchange rate right now is about 85 to 1, so for every U.S. Dollar you get
about 85 Kenyan shillings. Could you imagine going to the dentist office and
paying $2.50 to have a filling filled or getting braces put on your child for $23.50?
Actually, I was told that several foreign people get their dental work done
here when they are ...