Time For Our Every-Two-Year Trip to Kenya By Way Of Morocco
As the winter storm warnings were saturating the news, we were escaping to Africa on our every-two-years trip to visit Nduku’s family in Kenya. Just as everyone was preparing for freezing temperatures and a possibility for snow, we were preparing for the summer, being that Kenya is below the equator, with average temperatures above 80 degrees.
The plane was delayed. We planned a 6 hour layover, enough time to make a quick trip to Casablanca, but that was looking unlikely. Maybe on the way back.
For now, we were just glad to finally be in the air. We flew Royal Air Morac, Morocco’s airline, but they all always seem about the same to me.
We had a few hours before our next flight. I was ready to leave the airport, even if for only an hour, but the more cautious Nduku vetoed it. I’d learn later that we weren’t close to anything, making my attempts futile.
Well, we were halfway to our destination. We just grabbed a bite, had a seat, and soon enough we were back in the air.