Our grocery experience, is well, always an experience. Friday we head to the local version of Walmart "Nakumatt" and buy all the non-refrigerated items. Next we go to Guilliani's to order our meat and have it frozen for our trip back to Tenwek. I imagine it's like a trip to the deli in the early 1940s. Individual service, every cut imaginable. And the most ironic part is that hamburger costs the same per kilo as a steak. It's all part of the same cow. But since meat is expensive we're eating a lot of vegetarian meals, pumpkin soup, quiche, rice and beans, etc. Saturday we buy the odds and ends we need. Sunday it's time to pick-up our meat, and go the green groceries for veggies and fruits. All and all I find it exhausting to think ahead for meals for the next 6-8 weeks. But it does mean that I will be out of pager range and truly able to relax (after we arrive safely from the drive).