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Today it was up and on the road early to start my safari tour with Intrepid. I'm just a wee bit excited about going on safari again and especially heading to the Serengeti. There are 18 of us on the tour, a good mix of nationalities (4 Australians, 4 Irish, 2 United Kingdom, 2 Germans, 1 Swiss, 1 Austrian, 1Spanish, and me the lone Kiwi ...) ages (mainly 25-30's with 4 of us over 40) and interests, they all seem lovely and I think it will be a great bunch of people to spend ...
... 20 minutes during awake time for 7 days straight to ensure a pregnancy. The cub death rate is actually pretty high. Sure enough, about 15 minutes later the female got up and gave a little rear end swagger. They laid down face to face for a little "four play." He did a little growl and there they go again - only 4-5 seconds. So much for "King of the Jungle."I don't think we'll have much explaining to do for the kids in the future. Another ...
... that we weren’t expecting began. Each of us was
engulfed with a shuka, a farewell present. To think that if we would have left,
we would have missed such heartfelt moment, the final goodbye. All the students
cheered with excitement. We took pictures, exchanged emails, and had a really
After all the excitement, it was time to
go home and finish packing, since we were supposed to be leaving the house
... goods for trade. Everything from a fanny pack to a pair of rain boots were traded for more African souvenirs. They made some great trades and their stories were priceless.
After the market we had a few more errands to run to wrap up tomorrow's donation day. We had school books to purchase for the school and soft drinks and note cards at the grocery store.
More show and tell at home tonight and suitcases are being PACKED!!! The living room is ...
... the area. The center has very high security and our driver ensured us it was a safe place to stop. It just so happens that on Thursdays the Masai set up a market in the middle of the mall (with security surrounding it). As we walked in, I realized it was mostly Americans and Australians looking around. A few older women from the U.S. who seem to be veterans when it comes to visiting Kenya helped show us the ropes a little bit and took us to the first few ...