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  • Week 2Out at 7AM washing my underwear under a cold outdoor tap. It is not right to give such items to Edith. We are both exhausted from teaching so many classes but it is wonderful. The children are the way Posted by madrona38 in Kenya and beyond 2011 | Jan 17, 2017
  • First weekendWe have been to this place before but it was not so up market. Our room and bathroom are twice as big as our cottage and the shower is glorious. The Aberdare CC used to be a private Posted by madrona38 in Kenya and beyond 2011 | Jan 14, 2017
  • FridayYesterday Edith came into our lives. Once a week she will clean our small place and wash our clothes. She gave us a long list of requirements. She turned up her nose at our clothes powder. Posted by madrona38 in Kenya and beyond 2011 | Jan 14, 2017
  • 3rd DayI don’t even know where to start but the best part is that we have both plunged into teaching and now remember why we love it here. The children are a delight and so responsive. Trying to match Posted by madrona38 in Kenya and beyond 2011 | Jan 11, 2017
  • Second day Geoff cooked a lovely hamburger, yogurt, spinach, etc dish and then we watched “My Family and Other Animals” which a friend had downloaded on a flash drive. It doesn’t resemble the book much but was still fun so here Posted by madrona38 in Kenya and beyond 2011 | Jan 10, 2017
  • Days of flyingEllen got us and way to much luggage to the airport and getting to London was uneventful. Not so the next leg. We woke at 4:30 and decided we might as well get going. Thank goodness. Posted by madrona38 in Kenya and beyond 2011 | Jan 3, 2017
  • So...Kisumu Alright folks, now off the tourist grid a bit. One of the benefits of being able to travel for an extended amount of time is the ability to take side trips. To hole up and see what you can see Posted by sbinnell in Words and Things about Stuff and Places | Dec 29, 2016
  • Yet againWell, we leave in less than a week. I am fighting a cold with magic herbs, boxes and suitcases full of books and supplies are all over the house, and anyone who walks in has to walk out with Posted by madrona38 in Kenya and beyond 2011 | Dec 27, 2016
  • Masai MaraStart time 8am. I was the first of five to be picked up. The night before had been spent with Peter and his family. Dinner was Ugali (a very dense bread made with maize flour and used in place of Posted by sbinnell in Words and Things about Stuff and Places | Dec 26, 2016
  • NakuruHappy Post-Christmas all, SO! For those who are still choosing to spend your valuable time reading this nonsense, let's get back to it. I had finally decided to pick up stakes at Naivasha and move on to Nakuru. Once again, Posted by sbinnell in Words and Things about Stuff and Places | Dec 26, 2016
  • Hell and HeavenThe next day was off to Hell's Gate National Park. (Not just for Idahoans.) The camp hires out scrappy mountain bikes for 700ksh a day so I took advantage of this over a guided bus. The entrance was supposed to be Posted by sbinnell in Words and Things about Stuff and Places | Dec 16, 2016
  • The last while part 2Rewinding a little, the monkeys in the pics came through the camp as I was setting up this time. Whole tribe of em. Tribe? Family? Gaggle? I do not know what type of monkey they are. Spider maybe? EDIT: They are Posted by sbinnell in Words and Things about Stuff and Places | Dec 16, 2016
  • The last while part 1Helllooooo!! Let there be internet! I hope. We'll see if we can get this all done before the connection breaks at the little 3 computer cafe I found within walking distance of the camp. Kenya walking mind you. This is Posted by sbinnell in Words and Things about Stuff and Places | Dec 16, 2016
  • Day TwoAllllllright. Up at 9 today (I suppose yesterday now) for the park excursion. Quick check up off the back stairway to make sure everything was going well with the city's auto maintenance sector and we were off. Benjamin was the Posted by sbinnell in Words and Things about Stuff and Places | Dec 10, 2016
  • Day OneDear White People (And Guamalian, and Philippinish), Hello from the future! I am currently 11 hours ahead of most of you and 10 ahead of some. It's a lot different from your time. The airline services are run by an Arab Posted by sbinnell in Words and Things about Stuff and Places | Dec 9, 2016
  • Elephant Orphanage David Sheldrick Posted by Dancom Tours in Kenya luxury resorts | Nov 8, 2016
  • Private SafarisHow to enjoy Private safaris When it comes to world tourism, it is never easy deciding on the best safaris to take especially if you are doing it for the very first time. Some people enjoy the thrill of taking Posted by Dancom Tours in Kenya luxury resorts | Nov 7, 2016
  • Kenya budget safariEnjoying Kenya budget safari Kenya budget safari is one of the major origins of the traditional African safari with a wide range of scenic beauty to experience the wildlife. Spending your holidays in Kenya offers you its vibrancy to get Posted by Dancom Tours in Kenya luxury resorts | Nov 7, 2016
  • African SafarisFactors to consider when planning for African Safaris For most travelers a trip to Africa is usually a fulfillment of a lifelong dream. However, there are some important pointers that you need when planning for African Safaris. These things are Posted by Dancom Tours in Kenya luxury resorts | Nov 7, 2016
  • Licked by a giraffe! The most recent in my series of up-close-and-personal-encounters-with-wild-animals happened in the sprawling city of Nairobi, a most unlikely place. The Giraffe Centre ([[http://giraffecenter.org/]]) is dedicated to preserving the Rothschild giraffe, an e Posted by pebergman in FROM HYENAS TO DRAGONS | Sep 15, 2016
  • A Heart Opening ExperienceWe all have those moments---a time when you just feel your heart open. It could be a especially spectacular sunset, or an awe inspiring vista, or just the touch of someone you love. I had such an experience in one of the Posted by pebergman in FROM HYENAS TO DRAGONS | Sep 14, 2016
  • Nairobi to Jo'burg[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/751928/rp Posted by AliDaz2015 in Africa 2016 | Sep 11, 2016
  • The Kenyan Beachopps---slight change in the next blog. Bear with me, I will try and tell you about my heart opening experience next time. This time I want to tell you about going to the Beach. As much as we loved Posted by pebergman in FROM HYENAS TO DRAGONS | Sep 4, 2016
  • A maszájokMár most tudom, hogy ez lesz a kedvenc bejegyzésem, mert ezek a maszájok írtóra érdekesek, főleg nekem, vagyis nekünk európaiaknak. Itt ők testesítik meg most az igazi afrikát. Ha találkozok eggyel mindig elgondolkodok, hogy ez most tényleg valóság-e, hog Posted by makrancziagi in Ági Afrikában | Aug 27, 2016
  • The African DOI have spoken a lot about the animals we saw in Africa...but I need to say that the people are just as amazing. In fact, we found most Africans to be very helpful and nice to us. (Can't say this Posted by pebergman in FROM HYENAS TO DRAGONS | Aug 25, 2016
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