That the nairobi airport has wifi and pearson does not?
Four hours ago I was standing in someone's front garden a kilometre from entebbe watching black smoke billow out from the airport as a fuel tank burned. The airport had been evacuated and we were clustered off the road, certain the airport wouldn't reopen today. Then suddenly, vehicles began moving, we inched forward, and I was checked in and through security in time to do some souvenir shopping.
When I passed through the departure lounge, I could see the fire, flames high, literally 100m from the check in desks. But we took off only 45 minutes late, I met an interesting kenyan man who works in development, and now I'm sitting on the floor of the nairobi airport, waiting to board my next flight.
Onward to tanzania.