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... Crazy. He said it was improving though with lots of top officers getting fired due to corruption and lack of change and new more experienced officers being brought in from military backgrounds.
Troy Hotel is really such a beautiful place, would definitely recommend it, there are amazing birds everywhere. While I was taking photos of birds in the garden I met Ann (Chris' aunty). After a very long chat about absolutely everything she said ...
... He did wonderfully and opened up about it which gave me the chance to show empathy and help him see how much support he has there. I will continue using this approach with children old enough to understand but will also continue the fun group activities going. Tomorrow we are taking 5 of them on a "field trip" to the area I live at with a park. It will be great to get them out!
I am already finding it hard thinking about leaving them soon but am going to do everything I can ...
... feels pain in the neck from the safari van top crash and the bouncing van so lying down in the back seat made the ride more comfortable. The tribal government of Maasai Mara is apparently similar to county or maybe state government. They are responsible for their roads. It would appear they are unable to take this responsibility seriously. They are also apparently responsible for the operation of the game reserve.
We were thankful to finally connect with the ...
... INSIDE WATCHING US!
So this year was unfortunately no different. There was an hour delay taking off due to crowded runways, but otherwise, everything appeared to be going fine as we got on the (this time very much Economy Class) flight to Nairobi. We stared longingly at the Business Class seats. I did ask how much it would cost to upgrade (FYI, $1900 per person). It was a five hour flight to Nairobi, and we should have been getting close.
Bittersweet of course, because it’s always hard to say goodbye but also exciting in that we have had a successful and fulfilling experience here in Kenya and are ready to get home to the realities of life.
Preparations for today have been in the "works" since we arrived, literally. We came with several boxes full of donations for the hospital that were given to our group before we left. And we had nearly $400 in donations we converted into ...