Marble Arch Hotel
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Departing Arusha we did the Tanzania Traffic Police Tango with various groups and avoided paying most of them as we pushed north towards Kenya. The border crossing was the usual shuffle from office to office presenting paperwork to a collection of bored officials so they could places their particular stamp on their particular piece of paper, time consuming but fairly painless. We exited Tanzania and then joined a long slow moving queue at the Kenya side. As usual there were ...
We started the day at the animal nursery within the Nairobi National Park. Although it is a fantastic concept to help save orphaned animals and educate the public, especially the next generation, it was rather depressing seeing the animals in quite small enclosures.
We arrived nice and early and had guides take us around giving us the opportunity to get up close to the animals. The ...
- Today I went out to do more surveys with David. He is very well known by community members because he is a teacher. Everyone has been very welcoming and willing to let us come into their homes. A lot of people have been laughing when we ask them the "what is going well for your family?" Question. This question is preceded by several very deficit focused questions like asking them if anyone ever goes without food and the ...
... when we landed in Amsterdam it was time again to get back in the tin flying can and head south to Kenya. The descend into Nairobi seemed to last forever and was going to make me toss up the bread pudding I had just consumed. Luckily, that did not happen and I can report myself and the bread pudding made it safely to customs. I was ready to get out into the fresh air and head to our "resort." We met Danson and ...
... in Kenya. She told stories of John's past work in Zimbabwe and of her current work with the leaders of Africa concerning land reform.
And that brought us to the end of a magnificent day, capped off by our bus driver heading down the wrong lane on the highway due to a confusing construction zone. It was just another reminder that God is watching over us and we must not relax or stop praying. We ask that you don't stop either.