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... you will face during your time are a growing number of huge potholes on the road s like we have every time when the rainy starts has started, hungry Mosquitoes are common at this time and can be avoided with normal precautions like long trousers and sleeves in the evening, mosquito nets in the nights and some reliable repellents. Animals in the wildlife areas are still dangerous if you do not expect their environment and a fair distance to ...
... much so that I wish I had packed my sports bra!!!! They are more expensive that matatu (100KES into town - 70p)....but when I feel like splashing out I don't have to wait more than 2 seconds before a Tuk-Tuk passes and I wave it down!
A little aggression is what gets drivers here respect on these mean roads. I now understand you should never leave any squeezing space between you and the vehicle in front or a matatu or tuk tuk will occupy it in a blink!!
... he was driving on was so pothole and I swore we were going to tip over at one point. Passengers were shouting in Swahili to him..they were angry at the way he was driving...so eventually he did join the main road again. My heart was in my mouth at points during the journey.
I got back to a worried Irene - she was so happy to see me! I explained what had happened in more detail and she seemed pleased that I had taken little Dennis back.
... smiles and I think we managed to get a few good snaps.
It was also nice to see Juma - one of the older students who had shown me round the first time I went - he is such a happy guy, yet you can tell he takes his studies seriously. He is one of many examples of Grandsons amazing work....he is getting great grades in lots of subjects and I am sure will go on to be successful. He really looks out for the younger students too.
When the boys ...
... bus with music blaring - and great for people watching). When you get as far as possible on the matatu (you have to knock the metal interior of the matatu with your knuckles to indicate you wish to get off), you then hitch a ride on the back of a motorbike!!!
The school is a good 30 minute walk from the main road and there are no other options! So there I was holding on for dear life - saying 'polepole' - pronounced 'poly-poly'....the meaning of which is ...