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... to the liturgy! Fr. Kevin took us on a mini tour of Damascus House where he is staying; he showed us the rec room that the young seminarians use. You'll see a picture of there weight lifting equipment attached to this blog. Thibodeau boys - next time you ask for pricey sports equipment, I might have to tell you to make it yourselves! Teresa and I got turned around once again walking to DePaul Centre and took an extra lap around Chanzo. ...
... question that having Tim as our safari guide enhanced the experience. A lot of the photos on this blog were taken by me and many are pretty good (it's the subject matter, not the photographer). As Alan is very talented with the camera and his equipment is much better, I'm excited to see his photos as they will be amazing. I know the kids will be just as excited to see them too...but he'll have to reduce the numbers...by ...
... too small to be spotted from the air. The rest of the trip was unremarkable, until I arrived in Nairobi at night. Samuel, a twenty-something Ugandan Kenyan picked me up from the airport. I had to ask him about the Somalian terrorists in Kenya. The animosity between Kenya and the Somalian terrorists goes back in decades, when Somalian pirates started ambushing tourists and businessmen on the 200km stretch of bushes connecting Nairobi to Garissa, ...
What an amazing day! Started with Breakfast at the buffet. Our driver Sammy picked us up still 10:00 and drive us to the elephant orphange. Get a little bit outside the business district and Nairobi changes into something unlike anything in the US. Traffic is chaotic, lanes are inspirational only. Pedestrians step into the street seemingly at random. Pedestrians aren't the only hazards--watch out for the herd of cattle grazing ...
... we came upon the lodge, a completely different world. Sitting in front of the room, I can hear the cows mooing in the distance and at times I had to pinch myself to remind me that I am in Africa. After lunch we went on our first safari - yeah, finally. I managed to see 7 animals even some lions and these weren't behind a fence. They were just lying there in the grass ( or on the dirt road) waiting, maybe for tourist to come by. They looked content and after a while I ...