Friday, March 16, 2007

The tourist Guide for Martians

The story continues from here Put Zero Get Zero

Before us there was a man known as Christopher Columbus who really loved taking voyages.

So these are some of the rules you might learn from Chris and others on the voyeur


  1. Ask & listen for any instructions.
  2. Just like any journey you might need water and other things on the way so have them ready by your bedside. You don't want to leave essentials in the car or bathroom. To say first be Ready
  3. It is good to know any good spots that may be found on your way there. If you can't find them ask where they are.
  4. If you find any good spots devour them literally i mean. Many people like to spend days on good spots so......
  5. Unlike the first explorers to Africa, most of the times the bush has been cleared for you so there is no reason why not to..................
  6. In case you get lost as most tourists will ask Men or if you still cant find your way Ask Men here
  7. Some journeys are longer than others. The thing is no matter how long the journey is hold until you get there. It would be useless to end the journey prematurely
  8. It is important that if you enjoyed the touring, send Thank you Notes.
  9. You might want to take pictures,especially moving ones just so we know you ain't lying when you say you been there?? (Mwangi)
  10. 9. There will be a suggestion box where you can drop your comments about the service along the journey, and all your suggestions will be looked into without bias or malice.(Sammie)
  11. If you are not sure about where you drop your waste along the journey , please use the trust-branded rubbish bins! (Sammie)

Any i have left?

Write and i will add it to the Tourist Guide.


15 comments:

  1. You might want to take pictures,especially moving ones just so we know you ain't lying when you say you been there??

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  2. I was wondering, now that blogger chewed my comment, is this the full list ama the abridged version?

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  3. LOL! haki tourist tales never end :-) explore to the fullest and enjoy it thoroughly!

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  4. I think you left this one out:

    9. There will be a suggestion box where you can drop your comments about the service along the journey, and all your suggestions will be looked into without bias or malice.

    and this:
    10. If you are not sure about where you drop your waste along the journey , pleae use the trust-branded rubbish bins!

    Am lovin this list... wacha ni-sare hapo.

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  5. You were right Sister!!
    Kwanza the fact that some have to make you wait coz all of em tools are away hidden somewhere.. the psyke of the voyage goes bana..




    justsue.wordpress.com

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  6. The oceanliner[insert means of transport] shuld be satifactorily clean to accomodate the tourists for the cruise...

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  7. travel light. travel prepared. impromptu journeys do tend to come up. and hold nothing back.

    bantutu, more like submarine

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  8. am lost...
    whats the discussion about?
    kwani you are on a safari..
    if thats the case, safe journey

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  9. Kritik you amuse me. Yes i am on a "voyage"

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  10. I think I'm officially the slow one! NOW I get it! *slaps self* eh....enjoy the journey. What shall I add now? As with all other journeys, danger lies ahead. Vaa seatbelt.

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  11. @Archer what else is new...hehee
    U n Kritik need help.

    @Shiro VEry true. They shld follow those leads...nice one!

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  12. the key to all this is not to use teeth! all food along the journey must be handled delicately, no munching down with teeth please! do you chow down on ice cream? didnt think so!!

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  13. moving pictures can be very dangerous when the journey is over (see paris hilton)

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