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Woke up for an early one this morning to cycle to Hells Gate. 4 km to the entrance, 8 km back and forth and 4 km back to camp =me sore and promising to get into shape when I get home. The way there we were still half asleep so it was ok. The park is absolutely stunning. We got close to impalas, gazelles, giraffes, zebras, warthogs and buffalo. There aren't any fences or anything, the animals do what they want. We had a stand off with a herd of buffalo - did you know they are ...
... his scent they stay away, what a load of rubbish! This put a damper on the rest of the tour, but we did see a couple of hippo family's (with babies), and some lovely birds. Wasn't worth the $25usd we spent though. Dinner tonight was a traditional Kenyan meal which was all made by our guide and driver joe and Patrick. It was delish and included roasted goat, chippati, home made salsa, cabbage, silver beat and more ugli. Then it was another eve spent around the campfire ...
... in order to release from customs items that will ensure an education for children that otherwise could not afford it. At one point we even considered leaving the cargo in the port when we were told that the taxes would amount to $1800, but luckily after meeting with a few people and some moral discussions we were able to reduce the import taxes to approximately $500 (still an outrage for donated goods). But not to worry, before we were able to return with the uniforms we ...
... Taylor, who was next to me, threw out her bag of food, the baboon followed,
with a can of pringles in his mouth, leaving a trail of **** on my seat. I was
in deep pain since I had landed on my lower back, but I had to hurry since the
baboon was out of the van, and so was I. I quickly jumped to the front seat of
the van; still shaking from the nightmare I had just experience. Once the
professor calmed me down, she pointed out the scratch on my face, and I was
Avocados are 12 cents.
I read Up To Date to save lives rather than to increase my medical knowledge.
The keys are old fashioned and have to be used to lock and unlock a door every time you pass through it.
People drive on the left side of the road.
You can’t order a pizza.
Light and hot water switches are outside the bathroom.
Safaris are a weekend activity.
It’s tough ...