Thursday, 4 December 2014

Denver

While we are ove 35,000 ft I was busy looking through the window to see how the county side look like, on the left white snow picks of the Rocky Mountains lots wilderness in the US, then we touch grown in 2 hours, I was meet by Bill from wild source, and headed to the mountains, just below there house stand a mount call table maintain like the one in Cape Town, but without the oceans, beautiful and I sow some birds and lovely country side, it's just too cold for a Maasai to live here I said to Bill, the trees had no leaves some time we see ice on the side of the road, this was my first meeting and I needed to sleep for just half and hour, a nice hot shower and before I rest my eyes my Son message me on fB how, Mzee how was the trip, I said it's just began with some cold weather he left it was then too late to take or chat, one othe things I had learn is how different time zones are and it make it hadder to communicate with people who live here, Our meet stared and sure every one was hit bad by the fear of traveling to Africa and other parts of the world people could not go any where in this travel company there was a time for about a week nothing came in, not phone call, email, or meeting they all admits it was scary some how, A day before I arrive things started and I am glad all back again people are signing for safari once again, Golden was beautiful clean and well looked after, we had some good food out side this day with the sun shine and it was nice, The next day I have to go join my fellow travelers who had arrive from Kenya and Canada meeting at the hotel in san Francisco, no time to see any thing go go from here on, meetings after the other, I have some memories though of this very beautiful place, one of them is the Golden Gate Bridge this was build a long time ago with very few machinery unlike today, but did a very good job, this place is misty almost every morning could not see far, I had no idea how beautiful this place is, we drove through whine country, cattle on the sides of the road and indeed classic, I did sow though an equivalent of our Kibera, pack to the ream, houses like a forest all low nothing high rise, our Kibera I would imagine to look like what I sow in 50 years, The people of San Francisco are fun full of life and lots of color, Wait to here our next destination, Jackson Looseyia,

7 comments:

Mike Attwood said...

Hi Jackson, Please don't think I'm being rude but your writing is factual,descriptive and very funny. you should think about writing a book about your exploits.
Take care, Mike.

Jackson Looseyia said...

Hi Mike,
Asanti I will see though I am not a writer, I see in first then I write it,

Dan J said...

Hello sir, I have a question from New York :). I saw Rakita in BBC documentary stealing food from 15 lions. It inspired me. Is he still around the conservancy? How is he doing?

Also, I'm really interested in names. I noticed Rakita's full name was Rakita ole Shololo. Do you perhaps know what this means in its original language?
I'm especially curious since I also saw "ole" in your name in one of your post just like Rakita's. But I have no idea if that's a unique middle name or not even a name meaning something specific like "of" "in" or "sir".
Thank you so much!
Best wishes
Dan

Jackson Looseyia said...

Hi Dan,
Rakita is still in the conservancy and well, ole means son of Shololo,
Asanti

Jackson Looseyia said...

Hi Dan,
Rakita is still in the conservancy and well, ole means son of Shololo,
Asanti

Dan said...

Thank you for your response! I appreciate it

Dan

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