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... church and its history, ending about 10 pm.
On the Sabbath, Monte Knudson and Antonio Ndung’u spoke and I did a bible study, meeting in the same hall as we did today. We had a potluck, and then went to the airport. We are all on the same 11 pm flight to London where each of us will get on separate jets to go home. John back to Seattle, Monte to Phoenix and I will return to Cincinnati via New York. ...
Today's meetings were very good with lots of progress made. We finished up early and took a trip just down the street to the Nairobi National Park. Sr Peig, the consummate host and queen of hospitality, drove us there and walked with us around the park. It was a warm afternoon and it felt great to soak up the sun and stretch our legs after a week of sitting!!! There were a lot of interesting animals there and it was fun to ...
... at 8:30 PM. Martin came in to the lobby, quoted us the same as her price. We put our packs in to the trunk of a Buick and got in to the back-no meter in front, no taxi sign. Nice family car, though. I think the desk clerk's husband takes people to the airport on the side!
Looking back at our 7 weeks in Africa:
---We traveled over 6, 344 miles in southern Africa in our overland truck.(plus 7 days ...
... out, these Maasai had never seen pens or pencils and were so excited with them! They had been doing their homework with a bone on the side of their mud-dung house.
By the time we arrived at Keekorok Lodge, we were all so tired of being thrown around the van that we might have kissed the solid ground. I don't know how the Kenyans drive under these conditions, but I was glad once again that it wasn't me. There were potholes the size of a small US state. The lodge ...
Whistling thorns and amboseli national park
We arrived in Kenya on Tues the 1st of July and after getting our bank card swallowed by the first machine we put it in and getting greeted by wacks and gems and the land drover we headed for the david sheldrake centre to see some orphaned elephants, some orphaned due to their parents falling victim to the ivory trade which is really effecting wildlife in kenya...after that we headed for giraffe manor where ...