Monday, December 19, 2011

Nairobi, Kenya



Our Journey has taken us to Nairobi, Kenya. Now we must hire a driver for the 10 hour drive to Kitale, Kenya. The roads are unimproved, so I understand it is quiet an adventure to make the drive. We had a choice to hire a small plane, or a driver. Neither sounded too safe. So, hopefully you will be hearing from us soon in Eldoret, Kitale, and then finally Mattaw.

11 comments:

  1. OH, OH, go with the plane. Then you get a second chance to make some silly remark about Mrs. PJM.

    What happened to your driver that was suppose to meet you or is that still further down the road?

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  2. Hot Damn man! You guys are really pulling a Phineas Fogg! Around the world in how many? Later.

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  3. I almost forgot21 above and no snow yet
    According to the paper we had received over 12 inches by this time last year.

    Hey a 5 leter verification.

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  4. Take the plane. The pilot will do his best to insure a safe flight because it he will be with you no matter what happens. Ask to look at the log books before you go. No entries then go to another pilot. A lot of entries, go to another pilot. Look at he airframe total time and time since the last inspection.

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  5. I would go by car, probably safer, but lots slower. You can also sightsee, meet the locals and take lots of photos. Good luck.

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  6. The car would be nice, but the extra timne spent on the road, would be lost time you could have spent with Elizabeth.

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  7. Well, no matter how you get there from Nairobi, it is gonna be an adventure. Take lots of pictures for us, PJM.

    My lucky streak has ended, DADD. 8 letters this time, if I get it right.

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  8. this must be an Old Picture of the Day. Look at the Model A Fords! (or cars of that era . . . hey, I'm not that old!) But still! hoping & waiting to hear a current post from you. Travel Safe!

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  9. How many hours are you ahead of us. I think probably 8 or 10. Car or plane makes no difference I bet this adventure will just get better as you go. lam :)

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  10. I've done some digging and that street was called Saddler Street, and it was taken sometime in the 1930's photo published in 1936.

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