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... What a terrific day. It will be an early start tomorrow with cases to finish packing we need to go down for breakfast early the be ready to be picked up at 7.30am for the 6-7hrs drive back down to Maasai Mara. I believe we are going straight through to hopefully arrive by lunchtime so we can settle into our accommodation at the tent park then spend the afternoon evening on our first game drive. No more blogs until we get back up to the city late Sunday. Sleep time ...
... complete with a monkey entourage!!! At 4pm, we were picked up by our guide for our first game drive. After a brief drive over very rough rode, we arrived at the entrance to Amboselli National Park. Our guide checked in and then opened up the top of our vehicle so that we could stand to view and photograph the animals. As soon as we entered the park, we began to see vast numbers of zebras ...
... It was organized chaos. Once Hannah and I finished, we went through all of the cabinets to make sure they were correctly organized. Eventually the young girl showed up and we were able to briefly see her. We came back for a lunch of sandwiches and arrow root chips and gave Mary (the house help at Robyn's) a cupcake for her birthday while we sung to her. After lunch we got to go to a market type place to shop. There were five people sitting on the sidewalk with "shops" set up ...
... sisters saying that she didn’t get accepted while still I had nothing. So I did what any sane person would do, I continued to check my email obsessively and play out every unrealistic scenario of what the response could be in my head. Then the day came, I was checking for an email from another professor when I realized I had one from Dr. Brew in regards to the Kenya trip. I recall reading the first line through one eye (the other one was squinting, ready for the ...
... The rest of the time I was able to get some good conversation out of the director who showed up. She loves to talk and I had nothing better to do, so it was perfect. We talked about how the school is in need of money and that she works hard so that it can be sustainable. In about four years the school will have to renew the contract with the pastor to keep the school there. It is her dream that she will be able to raise enough money to buy the land that it is on ...