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KENYA-THE BIRTHPLACE OF HUMANITY AND THE LAST BEST REFUGE OF THE GREAT MAMMALS, IS ALSO THE HOME OF TRANCE DANCING, SCARY TATTOOS, EVEN SCARIER GOLF RULES, KAT AND GREAT EXPECTORATIONS
BIRDIE, EAGLE AND YIKES!
A rule of golf in Kenya: "If a ball comes to rest dangerously close to a hippopotamus or a crocodile, another ball may be dropped at a safe distance, but no nearer the hole, without penalty."
TAKE TWO DRILL BITS AND CALL ME IN THE MORNING
Medicine men of the Gusii tribe—and medicine women of the Kalenjin tribe—cure certain ailments by cutting out pieces of their patient's skull.
OF COURSE, IF CLINTON DID THIS TO AN INTERN, IT WOULD BE ON THE COVER OF TIME
Instead of kissing his girlfriend, a young man will hold her hand and flick his braids across her face.
MUCH LIKE AT A YANNI CONCERT
During courtship, couples dance by rapidly jumping—three or four feet into the air—for a long period of time, which induces a trancelike state.
WHICH THEY WASH DOWN WITH A NICE MERLOT
Youngsters run through the rain with butterfly nets to catch flying ants, which they bake in a mud oven and eat.
AND IF HE'S GOT A HEART ON HIS CHEST WITH 'MOM' WRITTEN ON IT, THAT MEANS HE KILLED HER TOO
A tattoo on the right shoulder of a Turkana warrior means he's killed a man; on the left, a woman.
AND THERE'S A PETITION TO HAVE THAT DROPPED IN FAVOR OF A SHARP STICK IN THE EYE
In the Luo tribe, the ritual circumcision has been replaced by the practice of extracting four to six teeth from the lower jaw.
COMING SOON TO STARBUCKS...
Kat leaves, which are sold on the street in bundles, serve as a stimulant when chewed.