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... I had heard many stories about the Masai people before arriving to their village such as the boys are circumcised at 15 and are not to cry during the process. They are then sent out to the forest for 3 years and are not allowed to come back without a lion hide. The Masai men are allowed to marry up to 12 women, depending on the number of cattle that they have. They make their shoes out of discarded tire rubber. We were at the village for ...
... We enjoyed some nice meals at the resteraunt including ugali, skuma and nyamar choma (Kenyan cooked meat, cabbage and a mixture of maize flour and water) at night the stars came out and all you could hear were the sounds of the Kenyan bush.. After a few days we packed up the car and started what we thought was a 4 hour journey down to amboseli national park...
Amboseli national park
After many a bumpy road and few wrong turns and police checks we arrived ...
... the donations be brought over. They looked so cute!!!! Off to the next orphanage! The second orphanage we visited was named Dream. We did the same system but less kids were sick since Robin had seen them the week before. We didn't have as much time were because we were running behind and it was getting late. But before we left the kids sang us this beautiful Christian song as we clapped along-how fun! Before we headed "home" we stopped for lunch at ...
... with me. Then all of them started to ask us for our emails, I'm pretty sure I gave my email out to about ten different kids didn’t even know.
There was one kid that I really liked. His name was Benson and I had met him the one other day I was at the school. He was a really sweet kid and a little shy. He told me that he wanted to go the University of Nairobi and become an actor. When we were doing the "I got your back" activity and reading ...
... came down from the sky. Cattle began to full down the cord into Le-eyo’s compound until it was packed full until Le-eyo cried for it to stop and it did. Naiteru-Kop then told Le-eyo that the cattle were his to look after and live with, from then on the Maasai have herded cattle and held the belief that all the cattle in the world belong to them. They are also known for their distinctive dress which consists of plated beaded necklaces and red-checked shukas (blankets). These ...