"health, which is a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity, is a fundamental human right"
Kevin and JohnYou are right... a picture IS worth a thousand words! We were complaining about our water tasting bad, so we called "The Culligan Man". Seems pretty trivial now!Aunt Reen
Thanks for all the pictures and stories. Everyone of them continue to amaze me. Whether it is something unbelievable like your Kili hike or eye opening like the water sanitation issues. I hope you two are doing well and staying healthy. I wish you the best and look forward to the next update :)Take Care!Kristy
Re your previous discovery of all the tigers fans:... yes! people are unknowingly fans of detroit in the mountains of lesotho as well! the only way i have been able to relate them to the living, breathing, beating pulse that they are unknowingly chearing for is to say "you know, M n M??" that seems to work... a little.. anyway, i give the unsuspecting "tigers fans" hi-fives everytime i see them, and they still can't figure it out. there goes that crazy "lekhooa" again (lekhooa means white person). oh well!i missed you guys and the top-of-africa excursion. really wish i could have been there. was thinking about you all along... cant wait to see you guys at the "top of michigan" in only a few weeks!
Good Luck. I look forward to report when you get back from your adventures. Make sure you catch some fish!!!Make sure you hire a fishing guide
Hey Kevin & John,My name is Nikhil and my friend Jess forwarded this blog to me after she recieved it over the pih listserv. anyways, we are both HUGE fans of what you guys are doing and we both hope to follow in very similar footsteps in the future. If you are ever in Atlanta, be sure to let us know and we should all hang out :) Feel free to e-mail me at email@example.com or Jess at firstname.lastname@example.org
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