Amboseli, Kenya; Day 2

We started the day at 6am for an early breakfast at our bush camp. These camps have a lot of similarities in terms of how they operate. All inclusive, Wi-Fi only in certain areas (we’re currently all sitting in the Lobby), a bar for hanging out/beverages. This particular camp comes with a pool and permanentContinue reading “Amboseli, Kenya; Day 2”

Diani Beach, Kenya; Day 11

Today’s adventure belongs primarily to CreeperPuppy. He’s the kid who was ‘under the weather’ yesterday and actually for the last three days. It started as a headache and stomach ache – not unusual – but late Wednesday it added a fever. COVID-19 cases are very low in Kenya and he’s fully vaccinated so we weren’tContinue reading “Diani Beach, Kenya; Day 11”

Diani Beach, Kenya; Day 8

As we enter our second week in Diani Beach we’ve settled in our ‘normal life’ routine. Breakfast, school, lunch, chill, dinner, chill and bed. This morning we were short on groceries so we headed up the road a couple minutes to the Salty Squid Beach Bar and Restaurant for breakfast. It looked cute from theContinue reading “Diani Beach, Kenya; Day 8”

Diani Beach, Kenya; Day 7

Happy Super Bowl Sunday Monday! And Valentines Day! That’s right – the SuperBowl started at 2:30am local time on Monday morning. We didn’t watch it live but football fan Brian and Cincinnati fan Tiffany still wanted to catch the game so we set aside the morning to watch it. We feared getting “spoilered” when weContinue reading “Diani Beach, Kenya; Day 7”

Diani Beach, Kenya; Day 3

A short post for a quiet day. We are enjoying a light schedule and little activity after several weeks of moving and sightseeing a lot. We did get a return visit from the monkey thieves- this time they targeted a small outdoor cupboard we had put mosquito repellent coils in. They grabbed and broke severalContinue reading “Diani Beach, Kenya; Day 3”

Nairobi, Kenya; Day 1

The 5 Adventurers have left Asia and waved goodbye to our Bangkok guesthouse full of Thai personality. We stayed at the Old Capital Bike Inn there. It’s a small 10 room hotel in the heart of the Old City. The property was originally a palace bestowed by King Rama V and has been in theContinue reading “Nairobi, Kenya; Day 1”

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