Travel Blogs from Kisumu
... after all the wedding festivities. Again, I bonded well with the kids. They are all so cheeky and can get away with murder! But they are all also so adorable, and I had a good time playing with them and gossiping with everyone. On Friday evening I went out in Nakuru with Kavraj and Inderaj (the wedding couple). This was also an enjoyable night, and I got to know Inderaj a bit more. Next time I write will be in ...
... in countless number of volunteer hours without batting an eye. Malik and Ben and Crispus work very hard to see that children can get an education in high school; and they are now also working with some of the graduates to help get them into post-secondary school.
The time and effort they have put into before and during the arrival of the Canadians this summer is outstanding. I worked with them for one month before everyone arrived. Some days, I was exhausted with ...
... wildebeasts. Crocadiles didn;t get any that day. we were lucky, as the crossing doesn't happen every day. We had a native Masai guide and he seemed to know were the right animals would be. More later.
I uploaded pix but I can't tell what right now.
I took some pix of our camp.
Other is at the school
... br> · Modes of transportation used: 8 – planes, matatus, cars, boda bodas (both the bicycle and the motorbike), boats, tuk tuks, riding our own bikes and the back of a pick-up (9 modes if walking counts)
· Amount of rice and beans served: More than I ever care to see again
· Enough carbs to make me borderline diabetic (the ...
... then had some entertainment and a few speech's. Two graduated CES students spoke and spoke very well . Pendo and Benjamen really had a good message to the CES students.
finished the day with a wonderful Lunch and many pictures taken with students and Canadian friends
We made a little pit stop at the orphanage with Paul, Father James and Frank and John. They got to see first hand what i have been talking about.