West with the Night - Book 4, Chapter 20, Kwaheri Means Farewell Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Chapter 20, Kwaheri Means Farewell Summary and Analysis

Beryl and Blix left early one foggy morning from Nairobi on their six thousand five hundred mile trip to England. Beryl had flown this route before, solo several times, so this trip was not historical. At the time, women were not allowed to fly solo between Juba and Wadi Halfa without permission form the RAF, because it was a swamp that would leave a pilot stranded without hope of rescue if he or she were forced to land. Beryl had flown the route solo several times. Beryl and Blix flew a thousand miles a day for three days before being forced to stay grounded for a week in Cairo. They needed permission to fly over Italian held territories and it took them six days to achieve this permission. After landing in Cairo on...

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