It was very wet and muddy with most fields running excess water into roadside gutters. Large puddles were everywhere.
Puddles, puddles, puddles P1260005 DY of jtdytravels
…and more puddles P1260008 DY of jtdytravels
It is partly overcast as it has been nearly every day since my arrival in Africa.
There is a head cold developing on the bus, I hope I don’t catch it or be the carrier to the next group. I’m OK so far.
Today we retraced our first day back into Nairobi. It was foggy most of the way once we got to the high pass where we looked down into the Rift Valley on our way out of Nairobi. The road is nearly all, if not all, downhill for nearly 3000 feet. It is a long way down under brakes. We made it OK and so came to the end of a memorable African sojourn.
Thanks for coming along with me on an armchair ride!
Now it’s time to move on to my next adventure. D
Dear David: you are a hearty lad. We don’ think sleeping on the ground would be too good for our creaky knees and spines. Thank goodness we have you to do it for us. May your bones never creak.