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Travel Blogs from Encinitas
... 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
... and saris swoosh by and seem to know exactly where to go. An astonishing 20 million people use the Indian railway system every day, who is one of the biggest employers in the world. I get exhausted just by looking at this organized chaos and head north towards Crawford market where one can buy anything from colorful fabric for saris and dupatta shawls to plastic Hindu God statues and plastic toys for kids.
I get to overwhelmed by it all ...
... Hoover Dam, and the Dam was designed for agricultural reasons, not power, as we had assumed. At this point we started feeling the heat so it was with gratitude that we came into Yuma within the hour and were able to make our scheduled lunch stop. It was still hot as we left Yuma (surprise, surprise) but it wasn't too long til we were headed into the hills and the temperature became more manageable. Back ...
... special wasn’t for us but Ella did say it didn’t look that much?!?!?
Why was today Ella’s day? Well, today the highlight was San Diego Zoo. Initially we thought we’d only be there a few hours but we spent all day looking at the various animals from all around the world. The highlights were the pandas, the elephants, the koalas and of course the monkeys. The zoo is huge and does a great job of feeling ‘natural’ with various spaces designed ...
... for a big night by 6:30. Somehow we managed to get away by this time and picked up a friend of Susan'son our way to Pacific Beach. We made it to our destination only to be asked for ID, and passport ID was required, which of course we hadn't brought with us! We all had dinner together and then Wayne and I went back to Encinitas while Susan and co enjoyed their night out. I guess we should be flattered to be considered less than 30 (the age that people are ID'd up ...
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