I Really Must Start …
… to get ready for my Kenyan trip. I leave on Wednesday, and I haven’t sorted, packed or even given it any thought – I don’t even know where my passport is!
I have my clothes to pack – that shouldn’t take more than two minutes. I mean, just how many clothes do you need in a country where daytime temperatures hover around 25°C and at night never drop below 15°C.
I have the technical stuff to pack:
- Handycam & DVDs
- Backup camcorder & tapes
- Digital camera & memory cards
- Back-up digital camera & memory card
- Rechargeable batteries and charger
- Card reader
- Video tapes for the kids
- Mobile phones
Then there are the clothes that have been donated for the Twiga children. These are stored in boxes, all jumbled up. Probably the easiest way to sort them into age groups.
We have been given loads of toys and games as well. Some are obviously too big to take, even with an allowance of two bags at 23kg each.
So I have set tomorrow (oh, that’s just over an hour away) to sorting all this out, finding two bags or suitcases (and my passport), and packing everything – more or less.
I still have some time available on Monday; Tuesday is a bit cluttered, and I leave on Wednesday. If I haven’t got everything by then, it will be too bad!