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Breakfast was supplied at the backpackers which we had to have at 6:30am. 2x pancakes, 1x banana, 1x BLACK coffee. It wouldn't be long until we got hungry. We then had a short walk down to the hotel where we met our tour group. Joe was our guide (from Kenya) and Patrick was the driver of our massive overland truck. The group is 17 which includes some lovely like minded people (so far). Once we were loaded onto our truck we drove ...
... color from all the dirt. Just to also emphasize we went through this again on our way back to Nairobi but this time we had a driver who speed limits were non existent to. To be honest the bikes were super fun. We then had a short hike to the top of the valley where there was an amazing lookout and spent the day here and also enjoyed a Tusker (Kenyan beer). As part of the Maasai culture, two goats were then slaughtered and if you wanted to you could drink the goats ...
I am continually reviewig the exchange rates we are dealing with, the following is a summary:
$US To $Aus $0.93
Into South Africa
$US To SA Rand 10 Rand to $
$US To Zimbabwe schilling $0.0000000001
Thus they cancelled their currency all together and only use $US ...
... dance that brought us out of our seats. It was full of upbeat rhythms and hand-clapping, which made it interesting to watch and take part in along with the students that were delighted to see us participating. Preceding this was what I thought made the trip priceless. Each teacher pulled out a decorative cloth that each of us was to wear. They wrapped it around us and almost without skipping a beat, the students began roaring with excitement ...
... to child welfare. There were several moms and babies already waiting. We went in to talk with the clinician as he saw the children first. This was a gentle reminder of how little they do here in Kenya to get an accurate diagnosis. Side note: Last night while the MPH students were preparing their education lesson for the school, we had a lengthy discussion about all the disease here and how the signs/symptoms are the same! It’s no wonder why there are so ...