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... on reignited fears for the euro (and wondered who it was whose fears had diminished), then couldn’t for the life of me figure what to make of Hugo Chavez still having breathing problems when, as I recalled, he had abandoned breathing a week or two ago. I flicked to the front page. My hat! The edition was dated February 28. It was a full two months off the press and was still being offered for sale at 250KS! More fool me for being an ...
... peeps (I even found where the hospital was located in Watamu... scary!)
Again the traffic was terrific and can be life threatening even for pedestrians ... I did swear to myself (a few times) that if I make it again to Kenya (or any other African countries for that matter) I will rent a big Land rover with a bull bar to roll around!
During my today's excursion I learned a few interesting things... like the origin of the country's name or ...
The afternoon was spent with my new friend Henry, better known as Number 7... (my rented push bike)...
No pics yet available as my camera's batteries were empty, yeah I know my friend would call me "Blöde Kuh!" What can I say... :-)
We went together (me, myself and Henry) up to Temple Point (distance: 10km both ways): nice spot to look out into the Indian ocean.
Many things caught the attention of Nathalie&Cie (but not ...
... Ah well. The bad boys in the market would be able to retrieve the numbers off the dead phone as they do in all dodgy places.
The feast laid out before us was astonishing and delicious and rapidly disappeared between the ten of us.
The sun went down over the water as we watched; some jumped in for a swim, holding fast onto the rope draped astern of us. Although it did not feel as if we were moving very fast, we ...
... longer to digest and therefore you are working *************sume it, whereas, without the fat, it is digested much quicker and therefore less energy is used to break it up, and as it is often 'lactose' or sugars of sorts it turns to excess weight when it is not burned off. Luke said that it all started when the world saw obesity rise and blamed it all on fat. Everyone saw fat as bad and we now still attempt to avoid it. If the world had called fat 'fuel' it would ...