Nairobi, Kenya - State of the Art Third World Country
June 1999

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Always room for one more. Matatau - the public transportation system for Kenya. Once its filled up inside, people hold on for their lives on the top and sides
Matatau  Always Room For One More
Kenyan currency - shillings. When we arrived a dollar was worth 65 shillings, by end of trip it was almost 75 shillings. I never got used to using this stuff.
Bunch of Shillings
At The Daphne Sheldrick Animal Orphanage we got to play with three baby elephants. The youngest one shown here is only two months old. We also saw two black rhinos and a large family of warthogs.
2 Month Old Elephant  Trunk Practice  Got Milk?  Baby Elephant  Baby Elephant
Thirsty Baby  More Trunk Practice   Two Orphaned Rhinos  Black Rhino  Happy Rhinos
Warthog Bath   Warthog Couple
These are from the home of  Karen Blixen, author of "Out of Africa." I hated the book so I skipped the tour, then I got yelled at for taking pictures and quickly left. At least I got to see where she took a dump.
Karen Blixen's House   Nice Rug  P U
The Giraffe Centre, where you can feed endangered Rothschild giraffe.
Lori Meets Giraffe  Mmmm slimy  Thats a Big Head  What Are You Looking At?  Resting Giraffes
One Tall Bastard  AF Meets Giraffe  The Wharthog

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