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On our way. Medford to San Francisco. The plane is delayed by 90 minutes out of Medford. Time to get used to sitting in airports. At least SFO is better people watching. As we wait for our departing flight, I tune in to the different languages. The harsh gutteral German, the sing song Swiss German. The Swiss love to swear, and it sounds so endearing in their native tongue. And the punctuality. The counter lady ...
... to make my new bed, I saw a bloodstain on my comforter. UM, NO THANK YOU. I am actually just sleeping with the comforter slip and my towel and so far it is working quite well. Karliana and I had been downstairs in the lounge planning our activities for the next few days and happened to meet a girl from Victoria! What are the chances that a few islanders would meet here, all the way in Austria? We didn't get back to our room until around 12:30 much to ...
... and flew almost 8 hours to Nairobi. We met our first retinal scanner and were granted access into the country. Whoo-hoo, our first time in Africa! We were all very excited and yelled the greeting of "Jambo!" to everybody in site. We were only there for about 12 hours and quick sleep before we boarded our small plane to our first safari game park: ...
... them so I ended up
staying with a guy called Umer who is a Pakistani CS ambassador.
So after another day of not so impressive city sightseeing, except
for the fact I saw Sep Blatter at FIFA...what a c#$t, I was a bit too
far away to tell him that tho... I went out for a Thai meal with Umer,
his boyfriend, gay flat mate and another 4 gay guys, before going to my
very first gay night! It was really fun but I was hoping for at least a
few lesbians ...
... flavour!) and Toblerone. I would have liked to have had a fondue but fondue for one is no fun (and also prohibitively expensive!).
Back up the other side of the Limmat river, I took the winding back streets passed more affluent boutiques up to the highest point in the city - Lindenhof - an ancient park which no doubt is ordinarily frequented by the well-heeled citizens of Zurich but at present is home to a tent city as part of the global Occupy ...