September 14, 2008 Kenya , Travel
I'm at LAX right now waiting to board my flight to London. I'll fly from there and have about a day to hang out and then I'll hop on another flight to Nairobi, Kenya. I'll be there for about 10 days before heading home. I'm told I'll have internet access so I hope to be blogging images from the day every night before bed. I don't really know what to expect but I'm really excited. 

Cyndie will be answering emails while I'm away and Josh is in the studio working on images so we shouldn't get behind but bear with us during this time if we do.

Come back soon to see what I'm up to, and if you have any ideas for what I can do while I'm in London, let me know!

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[September 15, 2008] echo said:
Have fun Michael! Can't wait to see the beauty of Africa through your lense! It was great seeing you this past weekend. :)
[September 15, 2008] brad said:
Michael I missed why you're in Kenya? What the purpose for your trip?
[September 15, 2008] Helen (Dogeared) said:
Whaaaaat? Africa? Oh man alive, you are so lucky! London - where to start? And what do you like? Personally, I often go back to Greenwich, wander around there (if you get the DLR to Island Gardens, you can walk the Greenwich Foot Tunnel under the river to Greenwich on the other side), then around to the Naval College and over to the park and up to the Royal Observatory and the Prime Meridian Line (where the GMT line used to me, it's actually been moved a little). I don't know exactly what keeps drawing me back there, but the Saturday market is awesome - shame you'll miss it! Covent Garden is great for individual shops and street acts. Trafalgar Square is good for people watching. If you want some culture, then I'd recommend the Natural History Museum - it's got a HUGE entrance hall by the huge dinosaur skeleton (see my post here - http://dogearedphotos.blogspot.com/2008/04/89-museum.html - and this was taken on the 2nd or 3rd floor, so you get a sense of height). It's got a giant whale, dinosaurs and all sorts. And it's free! (can take photos, but no tripods allowed). The courtyard fountains in the open area behind Somerset House are nice to see, and down by the River Thames too (so you can walk along the Embankment). And of course, see the Changing of the Guard at Horseguards Parade (4pm daily, but get there a bit early if you want a good spot for photos), and then the Houses of Parliament at Westminster. I like Green Park and St James' Park too, for landscape/people photos. There must be something you'd like in that list, lol. Shame you're not doing this in a month's time, I'll be living there then! Enjoy your trip!
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