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... The official name is Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Hospital (try to repeat this fast five time if you want to break your tongue! :-)), but everyone just calls it "Russian" (the hospital was build by USSR as a gift to Kenyan people).
Many expats in Kenya live in the area of Kisumu called Milimuni, so I am not an exception and staying there as well. The house is nice and HUGE (maybe 15,000 sq ft?). I can hardly call it a house, but there is something wrong with saying that ...
... and Malik.
Going to Gilbert Kiptoo's home to visit with his family and a side trip to Iten to see how the elite runners train.
I also had some lows here in Kenya and I have learned how to accept and deal with them.
Seeing and hearing how a thief was beaten and stoned by the people on the street, dealing with students that are HIV positive, understanding ...
... for them. Is that my job?
Wondering why God called me to Kenya this Sept.?
Seeing and hearing some of the issues that are happening here this visit, I am unsure how to more forward with it.
Trusting in God that he will lead me in the right path.
A feeling of overpowering love for this country and all its people.
Amazed at all this country's beauty
Heartfelt thanks to CES Kenya ...
... then proceeded to unlock the doors that had a huge padlock on it.My hands were shaking.
Father Charles proceeded in to bless each bedroom and the girls that were chosen to stay in the bedrooms followed him in holding a candle and carry a back pack of their belonging's
i went in and talked with alot of the girls and even tried out some of the beds.
We eventually made it to the shower rooms and it was so beautiful! The water was running ...
... outing at times. But I did enjoy watching the herds of cows grazing along the roadside with ropes dragging along behind them for when the owners want to tie them up. A small boy about 6yo sits on the side of the highway watching his herd wander along. Men in black pants and white shirts riding their motor bikes or push bikes home from church. Open thatched huts or tents set up with rows of plastic chairs for church services in villages and towns as we past ...