proclaims the marvellous sign greeting you in Nairobi National Park, Kenya! And just to prove the point, here is a warthog exercising his right of way!
We had an amazing drive through the park this morning, and I saw zebra for the first time in my life in the wild as well as giraffe. After so many years in Asia, it was truly amazing to see such different wildlife.
That's it - another chapter is about to begin. The Sri Lanka chapter has now closed - we left hot sticky Colombo and made our way to Delhi.
If Colombo was hot and sticky like a sauna, Delhi was just like walking into an oven! Apparently yesterday was the hottest April day recorded for 51 years. Every surface is hot to the touch and when the power goes off (which seems to be happening quite often) it is incredibly hot. It is hard to believe that in the winter months Delhi has a penetrating, damp cold which you feel particularly indoors.
So, what now? Unlike a book, we don't move on immediately to the next chapter. We have to wait for paperwork and other things to be in place so I guess this is some kind of limbo-in-between stage. We will have some days in Delhi taking care of some arrangements - and baking, before we probably head to Siliguri in north Eastern India to spend time with family. While we don't want to have to wait too long in this nomadic, limbo state, this will be a welcome break from the intensity of the past month and wonderful to spend time with family before we move on again.
It will also be a chance to reflect back on our Sri Lanka experience and record the experiences which I have not yet put into words here and share some of the many pictures.
Living and working in Asia (Nepal, Mongolia, India, Sri Lanka and now Myanmar) for the past 9 years. Mostly (but not always) thriving on the challenges, always marvelling at how privileged I am to be here.
Life took a huge turn in a different direction in October 2009 - and this has its own space due to connection limitations in our new location. You can follow this on http://feistybluegeckofightsback.wordpress.com/
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