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... in some great experiences. We worked on the Ebussamba Library project, met with youth and widows' groups, rode from place to place by motorbike, kicking up a lot of dust and laughs from those observing the little boy with the wild eyes and the bushy black hair playing "King of the World" while sitting in front of the "pilot". I reconnected with many old friends, some who have experienced immense ...
... should pay him for the entire time we were going to use him and it came to 17,000 KSH. I thought to myself that I will pay his as we go each day, but I soon realized it is better to set the amount at the beginning of the trip and pay that in lump, otherwise, the budget will slowly begin to go up. At the end, I paid him 18,500 and he was still unhappy. If my brother was staying with me more than two weeks, I wouldn't have bothered with hiring a driver and ...
... major cases of Jiggers. There were only a few major cases of jiggers, but overall, it was a great prevention day. My group was the diagnosis group. Which meant we split the kids into three groups, one was checked by Louise (police officer accompanying the visitors); Phoebe (one of our teenagers) and myself. We would look for any ticks on their feet, between their toes, under the feet, on their heels and ankles. It sounds horrible, but in all honesty, once you ...
... the least amount of calories, which on one side it is good if you are an adult, but if you are a child eating this, well you might as well be eating wall paper paste!
I also started my Kiswahili lessons this week with one of our teachers called Bonny. I have learned greetings (maamkuzi) such as:
Habari Yako (commonly used by westerners) = good day
Shikamoo = Hello
Umeamkaje = how have you woken up? This is a greeting used first thing in the morning when ...
Today we went to David's tea plantation. David is one of my uncles close friends. He sends his cars to Sagoo motors and no one else, and in return he allows my uncle free entry into his plantation and opportunity to camp on his land anytime. What a sweet deal! The tea plantation is stunning, hills and hills of greenery and the farmhouse he lives in looks pretty good as well! We also visited one of David's ...
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