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This morning we woke up at the comfort inn in Indio just before Palm Springs and just after coachella. We are pretty sure the coachella concert starts soon so that's kinda cool. Goodbye Arizona and hello California! Although Getting to Indio was a bit of a gong show, and inadvertently became our third day of driving pretty much all day. We woke up the night before in the little butterfly cabin just north of Sedona and enjoyed a lovely basket of fruit and banana bread. Poor dad ...
... to give everyone a fair chance but no one seemed to like that I was hanging with him. I don't know, I gave him my blanket and wished him well to the next time we ran into each other. He was a little strange but everyone is i think.
Throughout the week, I attended events from the Mission Community and got to know them all better and a part of me felt like this could potentially be a home church one day. I went to dinner at the family's house and met Grandma Phyllis and Body ...
... people spoke English than expected - even close to the border - though in San Diego you don't get the blaring mariachi music and quite so many dilapidated one storey buildings as I imagine one might see from Tijuana's deserted railway walk path. Unfortunately I didn't get the chance to have a double tequila slammer with proper tequila, or to see a donkey sprayed to look like a zebra, or to be hassled by the most annoying shop workers I've ever, EVER come across. ...
... partner Todd LeVeck and I regarding a trip to Nairobi, Kenya where she would teach Kenyan Yoga teachers how to teach yoga for children. She needed it documented and well, the rest is history.
Follow me on a 17 day journey to Kenya where I will be filming and photographing my way from the slums of Nairobi to Masai villages and hopefully some exotic animals will be thrown into the mix.
Peace, Love & Mother Africa
yours truly- theSwedishVagabond
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