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Another article that caught my eye had to do with the (then) prospect of an African pope ascending to the Catholic throne. This, the article suggested, could be the catalyst for a revolutionary relaxation of the priestly prohibition on marriage. This might eventuate, it was suggested, because the African church is vehemently opposed to homosexuality and, like blind Freddie, could see that any more publicity of priests’ sexual ...
Nathalie&Cie had again some break downs today!
The driver for the Malindi trip couldn't make it :-( I am pretty sure I scared him off, pants!
Oh well let's see the positive side of things: more adventures next time I'll come round :-)
Number 1788 therefor spent the day walking about in the different villages (cycling being still banned) to interview, take pics and enjoy the culture, weather and everything from ...
... ask before his permission (yep! like us they don't always fancy being the main character in your photo album!)
Kenyan people are always happy, smiling and very polite!If you need help do not hesitate to ask!
(Please do not generalize! You do have, like at home, the old buggers who never seem to reach the state of happiness even with pinkish glasses on!)
So now let' go back to business...Please make a ...
While here in Kenya, we are staying with my cousin Andrew. He has lived in Kenya almost all his life so I didn't meet him until I was about 15, when he was 18 and came over to Reading to study art. He used to come over for the odd weekend over the next year or two and we got on pretty well being blessed with the same quirky gene. Since then we had not been in touch, until June 2010 when I found him on the dreaded Facebook. Now an artist ...
... br> So up early, and off to the running lesson again. We did this last week but really worthwhile doing it again. Then a short run back to Baraka House. Then brekkie, then Luke took the oldies for a wind-down swim, whereby we do what we do on land in terms of some of the stretching etc, but in the water, so we can take it home with us. So again, not too strenuous. That only lasted until Heidi got her hand on us, and we had another sort of circuits after ...