On our way out of Nairobi heading to Kenya, we saw a sign that read “You are now entering a corruption-free zone.” It had smaller print that continued “accepting or offering bribes is a punishable offense.”
Much of Thursday was spent driving from Nairobi to Meru. I was still tired from the two straight days of travelling, but excited to see the countryside along the way.
The landscape was mostly bright green, a remnant of the last rainy season. I was bad at taking pictures, so all photo credit in this post belongs to my talented friend, Cindy.
We also saw some monkeys on the way, once at a restaurant we ate at called the “Trout Tree,” and again on the side of the road.
We soon after arrived in Meru.
After we arrived in Meru, we made our way to our hotel and got settled.