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... didn’t cook a single thing I didn’t like the whole trip!
Beth (from England) came back from placement early to wish us well. She’s leaving tomorrow and is anxious to go home herself. Even the German girls (who weren’t overly friendly to us the whole trip) came outside and waved us goodbye! It was a nice send off.
Now for the traffic. Well, Joe and Paul were not kidding. The trip from the airport to Kikuyu when we arrived took ...
... up text books to donate to the school tomorrow. I'm all packed up, and ready to head back to the states. Tomorrow we'll go to the hospital and give donations, go to the school for a party and to give donations, come back to the house to grab our luggage and head to the airport! Thank you to all of you that have followed my journey. I'll be writing one more blog tomorrow about my last day in Kenya!
... because originally we were going to teach from 9:30am-1:30pm. Again, plan for the unexpected. Tempest and Mary jumped right in to a classroom to observe. Our professor, Erik and I were still eating our Mondozie that was for sale to the students so we did not want to interrupt a class. A Mondozie is like a fried piece of bread. It tastes like an elephant ear but way softer. They were 20 Shillings. I am getting used to paying with Shillings. A thousand Shillings is ...
... laughing almost uncontrollably because of how wet we were and how we looked. It looked like we were wearing red space boots. It was a very humorous moment, not to mention I was carrying a box of tooth brushes on my head for today's lesson.
We had hoped to hold class in the church, but due to the large space of the church, it being able to hold all the students, and it being great for learning, they wanted us to hold class in their smaller class sized room instead ...
... we ventured back out to see the surroundings of where we live . This was the second time that we have ventured out and the area is very similar to many of the areas we have been, shops, small living conditions, dirt roads, and etc. I remember Josh talking about what the living conditions are like in their homes and it was quite saddening really. Many families that live in these areas have many children and do not have a lot of space to accommodate. Boys and girls are ...
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