Can you believe we only have 3 more weeks in Mombasa? Crazy right!?
We are kicking into high gear trying to get everything figured out and dealt with before we leave. Its not an easy process. We will be SO ready to get to Canada once these few weeks are over. Kelvin and I often look at each other and just wish that we could leave tomorrow and not have to deal with selling our stuff, looking after the business and the project, and saying our goodbyes. As each day passes, our hearts are more and more excited to start a life in Canada.
We are also just trying to ENJOY kenya while we can. I was in nairobi this past week. We had some troubles on the bus and what was suppose to be a 7 hour ride took 11 hours. The plus side was that I got to drive through the african plains as the sun was rising and it was completely majestic. Africa is truly majestic.
Last weekend we decided to check out Haller Park. I can actually see Haller Park from my kitchen but I have never been in it. I was surprised as to how many beautiful animals and wildlife are in my back yard!
Giraffes will always be so gracefully goofy.
These monkeys (and their reproductive organs) always crack me up. Yes, his testicles are bright blue and his 'manhood' is bright red. Maybe it makes it easier for the woman to spot it?
I think someone was trying to hide.
But this someone liked being in the middle of the road.
Not sure what this animal is called.
They have a few hippos in the park too. Unfortunately, they weren't hungry enough to get out of the water and come eat their food. I was so looking forward to seeing their big bodies as I have only ever seen them in water. Its hard to believe they are the most dangerous creatures in Africa.
And then it was time to feed the crocodiles. This was the big kahuna.
For show, they like to tease the little guys and make them all jump for the meat.
These things were just wandering around in the open. They kind of look like something you might find in the mountains near my hometown.
The greenery was so gorgeous and luscious.
This tree was so bizarre with its neat roots system.
I used to dream of living in a place with palm trees. Now I have them right outside my window.
We are trading in the tropics for the snow....