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... some people earlier today for whom I could have been the first white person they’ve ever seen. Regardless, it was still strange to be told that I would be robbed if I went outside.
That night, I thought about a conversation I had with the Chinese guy in Masai Mara about the pollution in Beijing. He said that it is so bad that you often cannot even see across the street, and you can never see a blue sky. Apparently, it has been this way since ...
The big 5: Buffalo, elephant, rhino, lion and leopard. Now if I was to tell you I'd see 2 of these today (in the wild) on a hike up Mt. Longanautical, you probably wouldn't believe me. But if I insisted and made you guess, then you'd most likely say the first 2. Incorrect. And I wasn't even on safari, I was hiking a ruddy mountain! Ok, so the first one at least, the buffalo, is correct. At first I thought they were rocks, large rocks mind you, but rocks (I really should stop cheating ...
... Following the attempted win by Nakuru the two packs of fellows headed off in different directions the Nakuru team stayed at camp and cooked up some pasta whilst team Eldoret headed into Naivasha town to sniff out a place for dinner. We eventually found a place in the heart of town called Restaurant. Rushed for dinner due to the travel restrictions where no vehicles are suppose to drive large distances after dark. We arrived back at the camp, ...
... instead of discovering ways to support the people here in making their own change. That's the hard part--letting go of the control of knowing better to allow others the opportunity to build their own capacity.
And now I feel like i'm rambling. Here's so pictures from today's excursion, since I obviously still need to reflect on all of this. What an amazing and awesome ...
... put their talents to use to earn income. Their jewelry was beautiful so of course I bought another five bracelets. Next was lunch. The resort we went to for lunch was breathtaking. Located right on Lake Nakuru National Park we could see zebras and baboons from our seats while we ate. Baboons are one ugly animal and I rather they not sit next to us while we ate, because they lack any manners. After lunch, Beth spoke to us ...