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... shy to begin with, and seemed more comfortable talking to Steve. I took the softly softly approach and spoke about things like football and animals. Steve and I taught him English. He was at a higher level than I imagined and read brilliantly. He seemed tired at times but he did really well. It was sad he was the only boy there, so we planned to rescue more and fill the place up a bit.
After lunch we met Father Simon in town. ...
... the other end of the scope Vicki is young, opinionated, and kind of brassy. Rory is pretty mellow (he's a lot like the character Frank on 30 Rock, the one with the hats). Whereas I lie somewhat down the middle. I think the main thing that glues us all together is *******. For some reason being able to openly break wind in front of a group seems to crush all barriers and patch all differences (maybe leaders of the Middle East should try this?)
Wow, not about Africa at all. I ...
I arrived at my hotel just before lunch, had my all inclusive wristband put on and was shown to my room overlooking one of the 3 pools.
Lunch started my week the way it was to continue, great food and a couple of cocktails!!!
And basically my days consisted of moving from one pool to another, one bar to another, reading lots of books and eating some great food!
Today we arrived in Ribe one of our main reasons for being here. We collected school supplies for schools in this rural village to give to a man named Tito, whose brother Allan lives in Oak Creek.
What a whirlwind it was...the 45 minute drive (translation 2 hours Kenyan time). We have seen poverty beyond what can be imagined. The people are curious, gracious, and ...
... me to lunch on Wed. I told
Francesca that I wanted to go back to the school to sit in on a
class. We met up with the same teacher as always and he goes “Oh
let me go prepare really quick” aka. Let me figure out what to do
while you sit in on my class. I sat in the back (not behind b/c they
were up against the back wall too. Girls on one side, boys on
another. When I walked in, they immediately started clapping. I felt
like Oprah! I was ...