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The Zanzibar fish is excellent, as is the homemade ice cream!
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Last night the rest of the group arrived and we met them at breakfast. There are 16 travelers in total, 11 women and 5 men. Dad's not the only husband who has no interest in coming to Africa. It's a common theme. Hoti had a welcome meeting and highlighted a few rules: 1. Don't take pictures of any policeman or military man in uniform. It's illegal …
Today was another hot day in Kenya and it was also a day of firsts, some good, some not so good. Here is a rundown of the day's activities.
1. A First - The team set out for Nakuru National Park. On the way, they found out that the tickets were not prepaid as everything else has been on the trip. The team scurried around, along with Pauline our travel agent, and eventually got into the Park. The hiccup was a first and the trip to the park was a first. ...
13 - 27 December
We have to stay in this area to enable us to send our passports back to
the UK to get the Ethiopian visa, it is a big pain but the only way
to do it. They were shipped of with DHL on the 15th and we are now
waiting for their return. We went shopping in Kirsty on the Saturday,
but on return as we started to park we lost all our oil out of the
gearbox and so we cannot get any gears. On checking we had broken ...
... they are slim with
chiseled features and lovely smiles. I did think that Kenya would
have been cleaner than it is, there is almost continual rubbish along
the road. In the area of Longonot we have just passed a small herd of
zebra and then one large giraffe just walking alongside a major road.
We eventually found a campsite in the suburbs of Nairobi in the
district of ...
... and moments in my life. It was not my trip. It was not the items I owned or the vacations I went on. I am grateful to be here and have met and touched the people that I have, but not a single other person in the world was in that moment. It was tenderness, simplicity and pure love. When I got down from the mountain and climbed into my sleeping bag I cried. I let it all out. I pictured those moments that I saw on the top of the mountain again and I wanted them. ...