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We're back home ! (at least in body)

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Jambo rafiki! ('rafikis' the plural maybe??)

Well, here it is 10:00 Sat. morning, and I have just spent the last 3 hours catching up on the Fodors board posts, reading, looking at all of the incredible pictures, and of course printing out the East Africa trip reports to add to the index! (only found two though.... c'mon guys!)

We got in at suppertime last night, hugged our two cats and the dog for the first hour, ordered pizza, called our son to say we were home, munched the pizza and flaked out at the the right time in order to get up at the right time - perfectly in sync with the time zone changes. (for some reason jet lag never seems to affect us, not sure why for real but I do have one theory...)

Our trip was INCREDIBLE, AWESOME and I am not looking forward to unpacking, laundry and getting back into daily life - which is why the first thing I did was to read the Fodors posts - anything to delay that unpacking, and this way I can pretend I am still in Africa if I am still living out of my not-33lbs-anymore Micato duffle bag.

It was truly the most incredible experience that we have had to date, and I promise I will start my report VERY shortly!

And a note to Kavey and Julian - we got 'home' to Hayes all in one piece Thurs night - what a fabulous evening out we had with you guys! And Kavey, Tomboy made it home AOK in my checked luggage - first thing I checked this morning!

Kwahari for just a bit!!!!!

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