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Published: September 19th 2018
Morning appears with monkey shenanigans outside our tent, vocal arguments between hippos, and a croc’s sleepy, lethargic body across the nearby waters.
Breakfast at the Voyager Safari Camp was located at the main dining area nearby our overnight accommodations which were tents that included running water, toilets -yea! - under thatched shelters .
We immediately had our breakfast of eggs, bacon/sausage, pancake (flat African style) and juice and coffee... and we were off to make the trek back to rural Mombasa to check the progress of the water drill . On our way, we were able to see other animals who crossed our path.
And as we got closer to the city we found out the drillers had hit rock and it would be perhaps another day before they would be able to drill through it. Unfortunately, we had to head back to the states without seeing the well completed; however I believe we all have come away with a better understanding of what a difference each of us can make in this world through relationship and love.
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