After saying our farewells to Catherine, we got on a bus for the airport. Ever since the Westgate Mall attack, security has been at a high level. As we approached the airport, there was a checkpoint at which we all had to get out and pass through a metal detector. Some vehicles were also searched. Next, just to enter the airport, our bags were screened and we traversed yet another metal detector. I don't mind, whatever it takes to keep us safe. I went through last and checked in last to make sure the whole team made it through. We spent a couple of hours at Java House in the next terminal, eating and making conversation. We had to go through another security check to get to the restaurant, however. Finally, when it was time to board our aging 747, we needed to go through two identical security checks. When we arrive at Heathrow, we will also face very good security. I am writing this from the plane before touchdown in about 45 minutes and will continue with my next post from Heathrow if time allows for it.