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... br> We had some really good laughs in the car and It was nice to joke around with Malilk,goodness I love that man. I used to be so afraid of him when I first arrived in 2011 but we have become such great friends.
Some of us had a meeting to get back to for 2 pm at Sheywe, but it was decide to to try and go quickly to one other school that was in the area, But quickly is not possible ...
... we had a chance to meet lot of the girls.
WE found out to our surprise that they only have 9 out door toilets for all of the girls.That is not enough!
The girls were on tea break and were outside milling around. Our board members spoke a few words to the girls,giving them inspiration to try their best at school.
Then the girls sang a lovely song for us and one of the girls was playing on the ...
... outing at times. But I did enjoy watching the herds of cows grazing along the roadside with ropes dragging along behind them for when the owners want to tie them up. A small boy about 6yo sits on the side of the highway watching his herd wander along. Men in black pants and white shirts riding their motor bikes or push bikes home from church. Open thatched huts or tents set up with rows of plastic chairs for church services in villages and towns as we past ...
... that felt like over exaggerated corrigation and as the front went down over the hump the back went up so they constantly were hitting their head on the metal bars across the roof as there is no ceiling in these vans. Over half way to the resort we received a call to say turn around and go up over the hills and into Kisumu a different way as the hwy was blocked with police checks looking for something and long waits. We felt this was taking us right across country as it ...
After months of planning and anticipating and re-planning, my brother finally arrived in Kenya, via not so conventional way! He flew from New Jersey to Amsterdam - Amsterdam to Kilimanjaro - Kilimanjaro to Nairobi - Nairobi to Kisumu. The reason for this long winded journey was because at the time he booked his flight, I was suppose to be in Arusha working with another organization called ACE Africa, but that project fell through, it was far more ...