We're home again, after a two-day stay in Nairobi. Grant had meetings while I wandered around the Ya-Ya centre, mostly window-shopping. I wanted to spend more time in the bookshop, called Bookstop, browsing through their used-books section, but the shop was being renovated and the electricians, their ladders and huge rolls of cables were parked in front of these shelves when I visited. Needless to say, I didn't get to do any browsing.
We stayed at the Ya-Ya apartments next door which was very convenient for me; the flats are well-equipped, beautifully furnished and very comfortable. This is the third time we've stayed in these apartments but the first time we stayed in a one with two levels. I just had to post a photo of the staircase which leads to two bedrooms and a bathroom. It's even trickier than it looks, especially coming down!
I love this forest of fever trees lining a part of the highway, on both sides, between Nairobi and Nakuru
Almost home. The last few kilometers before camp. Always a welcome sight after the 27km long bone-jarring dirt road into the valley
It's so good to be home. No traffic, no billboards lights flicking on the bedroom curtain and no noisy late-night diners.
I hope you're all having a great weekend.