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Travel Blogs from Kakamega
...And only saw monkeys right in front of our house.
Kakamega Rainforest was pretty wet. Wet enough to get our van stuck in the mud and require 7 Kenyans and a hefty tip to get us out. Although the rest of the road wasn't really wet... (insert conspiracy theory here).
After a minor setback, we arrived at the peaceful Rondo …
This past weekend we went to Kakamega rainforest and stayed for one night. It was a lot of hiking and monkey/bird watching. We stayed in little cottages that shared a living room but we all had separate bedrooms and bathrooms. The front of the cottage had a huge covered porch. We started off the day with a 4 hour hike through the forest. It had …
I've just returned from a week helping out at a clinic in remote Kenya.
Following the sad goodbye's in Uganda, I took a "luxury" coach across the border to Kenya. Arrived at the beautiful lakeside town of Kisumu, where i stayed the night, then took a local matutu to Kakamega, near Lake Victoria. It was then another 50km by dirt roads to Shikunga, a small village of 4000 in the hills of Western Kenya.
Well, after 62 days it is time for me to say "good bye".
I am leaving Kenya three weeks earlier than what was originally planned; but I really need to get home to my children, grandchildren, parents and friends. My ticket has been changed and I will travel with John for part of the way and then wait for him in Toronto for two days until we meet up again and travel to Thunder Bay together.
We are the last two Canadian CES volunteers ...
Alls good now.
Heres a few more pix of our Safari and Amsterdam.
Well thats it for this trip, its been a great experience, education, having a first hand look at the way people live in that part of the world.
Thanks for following my Blog and for your comments.It was fun sharing things with you.
Enjoy the rest of the summer as I will too here in TBay.
Best Regards, Dennis