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... when I got hassled again. This time however, I pretended to be deaf and did a kind of weird sign language to indicate this. Expecting him to give up and move on, I was in stitches as he began to grunt loudly at me and make his own sign language which including a pelvic thrust and sex gestures with his hands (the kind you did as a kid…..you know the score!!). Apparently that’s how deaf people communicate these days!! Later that night we ended up going to ...
Sunday morning, our second in Kenya, and things are going ok. Ella had a bit of a rough night and was up a and down a few times. She was sleeping in my bed with Pip and I was in her bed with Isaac. We figured that the sick ones should be quarantined together. So Pip and Ella's night was unsettled and they were awake from about 5:30am. I, on the other hand had gone to bed late but couldn't get to sleep until after 1am because a certain person ...
... out at me. I've contemplated how this project could look in the future, what could actually be done to make a difference and how it could exist in the community .....................and the same suggestion jumps out at me.
Kenya was a life changing experience for me, one that i knew was going to happen as i stepped into the unknown, i knew i would love Africa before i even stepped foot into the country. I never knew ...
... 31) MOUNT K
32) For More Kenyan Smiles
33) Sunny Smiles
34) Little Hands
35) Muzungo's Journey
36) Teachers Pet
37) Kenyan Memories
38) Helping Hand
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Child of our times
... and jumped in the car. Time to head to Nairobi. The road was good tar most of the way except for a few expected pot holes and then we hit traffic on the outskirts of Nairobi. Nairobi reminds me a lot of some big cities in South Africa, there are lots of people like any capital and there are lots of mini van taxis - called 'Matatus'. We had no idea what to expect from the suburb of Karen where we were very lucky to have been offered accomodation. ...