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... at all. It’s very strange to hear someone say that their country could be great if their leaders didn’t steal from them.
As we were driving to Nanyuki, we passed Mt. Kenya, which is roughly 17,000ft, and oh my goodness. It dominated the skyline. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a freestanding mountain with a prominence that was that, well, prominent. Just thinking about the fact that Mt. Kenya is ~2,300ft shorter than Kilimanjaro made my leg hurt.
... Nyaga for his time and left with Mr. Rono to tour the factory. We first suited up in white visitors garb, washed our hands and proceeded on an interesting tour of the entire factory which is normally conducted for visiting buyers. The top two mature leaves with a third developing leave are picked by local farmers and collected by the company in a cooperative manner. The process from delivery, fermentation, drying, and cutting is all done in a ...
... Kenya in the morning when it's not obscured by clouds is a truly beautiful sight. We have rescued a gorgeous puppy, she is about six week old and was going to be called Jambo (The most commonly heard Swahili word means hello amongst other things) until we realised she was a girl. So she is now called Tunis. Hopefully I will have more interesting things to add now things have settled down a bit and as I explore this amazing country I will try to take you with ...
... Kenya, crossed the equator- several times in a zig zag motion, until we arrived at Lake Nakuru, where the flamingos wallow. The road to get here was not easy, but then whatever is?
... in the way this time. (as you are reading this, you should be saying to yourself "lot of pictures.". There was another one laying just a couple yards nearby. Then we pulled ahead to get another angle because well you don't want all of your pictures to look the same. Guess what? There were 3 more walking around on the other side of the street. Bet you didn't realize this was going to involve so much math. That was 7 lions in one sighting!!!! I still get giddy just thinking ...