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Africa Day 16 – Back to Kenya

September 5th, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

I got up before 6 to have an early shower before all of the hot water was used up and, after falling down the big hole in the campsite, found it to be a nice and very hot shower. There was then time for a quick breakfast and last minute photos before heading off at 7 – I managed to get the table for only the second time this trip as people kept moving my bag. Next time I do a Dragoman trip I’m going to have to be more forceful and get the table more often as I worked out I should have sat there at least once a week.

Staring Contest - Trip vs Tokoloshe - Trip lost

Staring Contest – Trip vs Tokoloshe – Trip lost

Me and my new friend Tokoloshe

Me and my new friend Tokoloshe

We got quite good at packing stuff away by now

We got quite good at packing stuff away by now

The Exodus Truck

The Exodus Truck

The trip to the border was fast, as was the border crossing which was a nice surprise. They had run out of forms so we didn’t have to fill any out and didn’t have to pay either which was good. I had a multiple entry visa just in case anyway but this also gives me an excuse to ask for my passport back when it is renewed this year. While at the border I bought some samosas from the local vendors and they were actually surprisingly tasty, hot, and haven’t played havoc with my stomach yet.

The journey to Eldoret was quick and we arrived before 3pm which gave us plenty of time for swimming. I decided to upgrade to a room tonight as it was the last night and I wanted to splash out – at $25 for a single it was fairly reasonably priced for its quality.

Camping at Eldoret

Camping at Eldoret

My room in Eldoret

My room in Eldoret

After settling into the room we went down to the pool to relax for a while. Some people were already in there and after a while I was persuaded to join them. The water was cold but nowhere near as cold as the pool at the Hardap Park in Namibia a few years ago. Trip had a swimming race against Amanda and lost by 2 laps which was embarrassing.

Walking to the pool at Eldoret

Walking to the pool at Eldoret

The Swimming Pool

The Swimming Pool

I relaxed for a bit before showering, changing and then relaxing with a drink before dinner. The meal was similar to when we stayed here on the way out in the form of an Indian buffet but was slightly different at our request. The potatoes and veg were different and they had a paneer cheese curry in addition to the other selection which was really nice and just what I needed.

Trip

Trip

Me and Den The Chef

Me and Den The Chef

A few of us talking while waiting for dinner

A few of us talking while waiting for dinner

We relaxed with drinks and toasted marshmallows before the dogs were let out again. We chatted for a bit and took photos before heading to bed where I’ve been catching up on writing this blog and repacking my bags ever since.

Dinner at Eldoret, again.

Dinner at Eldoret, again.

Dinner at Eldoret, again.

Dinner at Eldoret, again.

Chatting in the bar after dinner

Chatting in the bar after dinner

...and of course time for Marshmallows

…and of course time for Marshmallows

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