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... with many open seats and didn’t make many stops. It dropped me off in the center of Nairobi around noon and I was able to throw my bags in a hotel so that I could walk around for the day. I got a cab to take me to the bus station to buy my ticket to Uganda, got me a Kenyan SIM card and then dropped me off at a local restaurant. The local restaurant was packed, so Peter the preacher ...
I am doing a 17 day overland tour through Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda. There are 17 people from the UK with me on the tour. They apparently accept people from the colonies. First we did a 2 day safari on the Masa Mara in Kenya. All my best pictures are on my camera but these are the ones I was able to take with my IPod. Then we went through Lake Nakura National Park before going to Uganda to do some whitewater rafting ...
... in depth teaching. Wim and I also each did two hours of Bible study with these men.
We also had reports from many of the correctors, including encouraging testimonies of how God has used the Emmaus courses to reach people who have begun studying His Word. The man in the photo has seen four assemblies planted with people who were saved studying the Bible with the help of Emmaus courses.
That conference ended ...
... time, so, to everyone who was worrying, please don't! :) Now, on to the good stuff! Orientation began on the morning of July 1st, and although I wasn't feeling a whole lot better yet, I was excited to get started. We learned all about the dos and don'ts of Kenya, discovered the opportunities that we have here, and met all the other new volunteers, and then it was off to placement! WHERE I LIVE: I am placed in the Maddison House, which is located about 45min-an hour and a ...
As we begin to get used to our surroundings (periodic stops in our water service, not going outside at night, it taking an hour and a half to get to the hospital on the bus, etc.), Nairobi is becoming more and more familiar. At least within our little slice of the city (Umoja, Buru Buru, the city centre, and the hospital), we are becoming much more comfortable moving around the city. Our hosts have been incredibly gracious about showing us around as well as taking us to ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking