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... security, etc then make his way to the Precision Air check-in desk.
But you can see the obvious next problem can't you? You can't check-in 7 suitcases by yourself, can you? Well, fortunately for us, he managed to talk them around somehow.
Then at the gate, with minutes to spare, Tracy and Greg arrived to much fanfare and rejoicing.
We all piled onto the bus out to our plane and took off for Kilimanjaro International ...
... for me. Then her and I walked up to the market so she could buy groceries and I ended up get getting some money out, and buying some souvenirs! Then we walked back to her house, and we picked up/dropped off a few things, and headed back to the ENT house (that's my house). While she started her laundry, I hung mine, and then we spend a little while talking and just enjoying the view until it began to rain. I ended up leaving ...
... no other chameleon I've ever seen before. I will post a picture later!
After lunch we went to the Giraffe Centre where we were able to meet, feed, and kiss the giraffes! It was an amazing experience! Once I kissed a cow in the Appalachian region of Kentucky and now I've kissed a giraffe Kenya! While elephants will forever be my favorites, I've developed a profound appreciation for giraffes. They are such graceful animals. After we ...
Today we ventured out to the town of Banana, venue for our first library project and home to Pastor Peter Kihungi, one of our main partners here in Kenya. We stopped at the library but we will be back there tomorrow, so you will get more information on that in our next update. From the library, we went out to Karen Academy, which was founded and still led by Gladys Nyambura. Gladys is quite frankly one of the ...
... I saw a lot of donkeys, cows and goats. We arrived at our campsite at 10:30am and set up our tents. I'm sharing a tent with Sarah and she showed me how to put these tents up. Once the tents were up and our bags and matrices were inside the tents we met by the truck. At 11:30am we spilt into groups of five and went on a boat tour of Lake Naivasha. We saw hippos, spotting ibis, lovebirds, fish Eagles (that swooped down and catch the ...