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... which we had been on before. This took us for a long climb out of the Rift Valley. We stopped to enjoy our last tuna and tomato sandwiches in the van thanks to the cook at the tent camp. As we approached Nairobi, the pace of traffic picked up. Our first mission in Nairobi was to find a place pack and ship our souvenir collection. James had communicated with Wambui of the Asili Bongo Safari office who suggested DHL. He wanted to stay out of downtown to avoid the ...
... I had my mutatu driver to call my taxi driver. I was not getting out of the vehicle until I had another one already arranged. Joseph took me back to Jaime and Denzil's. It was nice to just chill again. After about an hour of hanging out, Jaime and I wrapped little Phoenix up in his carrier and took a walk around the football grounds. When Denzil came back home after football we all decided to order pizza and chill for the rest of the ...
... to the whole class, I asked him if he was nervous and he said yes. I told him that he could definitely do this if he wants to be an actor. I took a photo with him and gave him my email, and he said he’d always remember me. It was so cute and heart warming. I really hope he gets to do what he dreams to do because he deserves it; all the kids at the school deserve that. I told him that I’d see him on the big screen one day.
I had bought ...
... people that you begin to see as you enter the Mara and they are truly beautiful. They are often very tall with long necks always adorned in red and colorful jewelry. No matter how many times we passed their houses and families it was always fascinating to me.
About two hours into Maasai land, we hit the gates to the National Reserve. Our driver, Michael, warned us of the “troublesome women” that crowded outside the gate. These women are of the Maasai tribe and sit ...
... around the
world, it has all you can eat meat included in a 3 course meal. The meats in
the menu were chicken wings, spicy chicken, roast turkey, crocodile, ox balls,
ostrich meatballs, lamb leg and pork spare ribs. All I can say is that the
chicken was good; since it was the only meat I dared trying. The restaurant had
meat carvers who would slice your meat from a sword onto your plate. My friend
Franki tasted the ox balls, ...