Monthly Archives: November 2012

A Final Kenyan Morning Breaks

this computer that i’m on doesn’t seem to like the shift key, but i think i can handle that. sadly, this is my final post from a crappy internet cafe computer in kenya. thank you for following what little of … Continue reading

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Back In Kenya

Uganda, the “Pearl of Africa” produced six days of truly magnificent African experiences, but we decided to leave a day early and head back to Kenya. We just got in off of the overnight bus a few hours ago. I’m … Continue reading

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Uganda

After a 15 hour overnight train ride from Mombasa to Nairobi on Thursday night and then a 13 hour overnight bus ride last night, we have officially arrived in Uganda. We are staying with a man who runs a local … Continue reading

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Obama

I’ve just quickly stopped into the cyber cafe to check to make sure our president is going to remain in office. Kenya is bustling with excitement since Obama has roots in Kenya. His grandmother still lives here and, apparently, if … Continue reading

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The First Photo

I wish it was easier for me to upload photos while actually experiencing this trip, but it is a luxury I have not been able to experience. Most of the photos I have taken will have to be shared upon … Continue reading

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A Few New Friends

Kenya is a friendly place, the people are beautiful and the living seems to be pretty easy on the coast. One of the employees at the hostel (resort) I’ve been spending my time at seems to have taken a liking … Continue reading

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All of a Sudden, the Living is Easy

Is it too much to ask for a computer with a keyboard that works well? Apparently it is. I’ve found an internet cafe in Diani Beach that only costs one shilling per minute of use as opposed to the last … Continue reading

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