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... is to feel sorry for these people. I see how they live day by day, scrounging for food and enough money to get through the next week. I see children playing in the dirt and garbage and their siblings watching after them. I see poverty, death and dispair, yet there is something else. After coming to the slums a few times now, I don't feel that overwhelming sadness. I don't feed sad because I am hardened, but because I am aware. I am aware that the ...
Today is the day I have been dreading since I got here, starting my journey back to the UK. During the night it had rained again, but to our surprise the tent was dry! When I reached for my phone, I noticed a text from Eva. It read... "check your flights going home, huge fire at JKIA!". For me this was great news, I might get another few days in Kenya if my flights were delayed! However, as you can imagine the girls were starting to stress out. ...
... s cottage house in Diani Beach...wauw, what a luxury, hot shower, normal toilet, good bed, swimmingpool, right on the beach, and a supermarket with cheese, bread, ham, coca cola light...you should have seen us on Thursday evening going to do some shopping...By big coincidence we ran into Peter, the Thomas cook guide that i know from Zanzibar and who gave us some good tips about Mombasa...tomorrow we are going on a 4 days Safari, but that story will have to wait for ...
... a little bag and said, “these
are for you my friend” Inside the little plastic bag were two eggs.
She bought them from the market for me. Last week she also bought
me oranges-twice. Alice LOVES me. I love her too so it works out.
I went to Francescas to dig in her field with her. She got tired
before I did and wanted to stop. We sat and had a soda and some
“biscuits” (little cookies). My overall peak of the day was my
... for the NGO. Another marathon sitting of 3 hours, but needed to get everything done as the lawyer wanted to take everything to Nairobi on Tuesday. Nothing happens fast in lawyer’s office’s here. It is a long drawn out process, where forms are printed out in front of you, and ink cartridges filled and spilt (complete with plastic gloved hands by the lawyer), and the door closed in 40 degree heat, with no windows sitting on plastic chairs. But ...
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