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... do something a little different, we decided to head down to the local airport for lunch. Kim had a spatchcock because she thought it'd be small. It came out osteridge sized overhanging both sides of the plate. We had a few beers whilst we watched the 210's and caravans take off and even spotted a few Brazilia's on the apron. That night we had the communal dinner again with Jim, Anne, Bryn and Dustin, also another Amerillo double as a night cap obviously for ...
... and slunk back with another friendly taxi driver.
The following morning we took an hour's walk to the centre of Nairobi. We must admit, we were a little apprehensive to openly get our camera out and take photos as we were yet to gauge our surroundings but we took every street and busy road crossing in our stride. Once in the centre it seemed unpleasantly manic and we drew a bit of attention, we just kept shuffling along and found a taxi that would rip us of ...
... of their history and we were able to support their cause by purchasing items they made. We closed with a time of sharing for us and the interpreters.I think we all struggled putting into words how much we appreciated. I learned so much from David. He was so open with me and I could so clearly see his dedication to the community and the love and care he has for all of the people we had the privilege of meeting ...
Then it was on to what we thought was the Giraffe Feeding Park, but Pauline our travel agent had other ideas. She took us first to Mamba Park, which is a beautiful reptile park, home to 68 crocodiles, a few tortoises and some ostriches. We got a lesson in crocodile protocol (watch the direction their tail is pointing and stand on that side of them; otherwise they are bracing to smack you in the head or break your ...
... couldn’t afford it. We exchanged eye contact and I asked Dan how much he can afford to pay? Dan looked and replied “I do not have any money on me”. The lady who was serving us referred us to the manager’s office, but before we could go in the manager’s officer by good luck we saw a small error on the ticket and it had indicated that Dan should use terminal 1C instead of terminal 1A. Phewwww!!
That is how we escaped ...