I'm home. By home I mean I'm back in Berkeley and since I don't have a place to live I'm crashing on Marcus' couch. I wasn't that happy to get home since I thought my phone had broken (it hadn't, it's back on now, same number as before) and it was way colder than I'd experienced in a looooong time, but I met comedian David Cross on the subway, so it was all good. I saw him waiting to leave the BART train I was on, and I said, "Are you David Cross, or do you just look a lot like him?"
To which he shrugged his shoulders and said, "eh, both."
I said, "Sweet. Have a good day."
He said, "You too," and got off the train.
And that was my conversation with comedian David Cross.
As a final note, on my last full day in Nairobi I went to the Giraffe center where I had giraffes eat out of my hand (and kiss me by eating from my teeth), I went on safari at Nairobi National Park and saw giraffes, ostriches, baboons, a warthog, and all kinds of antelopes, and I ate at Carnivore, the Brazilian-BBQ style restaurant that is apparently (but in my opinion undeservedly) voted one of the 50 best restaurants in the world.
I'll post pics and final thoughts in a few days.