Travel Blogs from Nairobi
... the same spot near the school, the wheelbarrows filled with sugar cane, the red dirt everywhere! So many strong visuals of Kenya.
At the school, they were preparing for a celebration. I had spoken with Rosebell several days ago about our plans for today. We were to bring donations and drinks and the school wanted to prepare us lunch. They were very adamant about wanting to feed the students each day that they were at placement. Over the past several weeks we ...
... dance that brought us out of our seats. It was full of upbeat rhythms and hand-clapping, which made it interesting to watch and take part in along with the students that were delighted to see us participating. Preceding this was what I thought made the trip priceless. Each teacher pulled out a decorative cloth that each of us was to wear. They wrapped it around us and almost without skipping a beat, the students began roaring with excitement ...
Tonight, we are blogging and napping as usual as Mary prepares us our next Kenyan dinner. We should be going to bed somewhat early tonight as we leave early tomorrow for SAFARI!!! Can't wait, as this is the highlight of the trip for us!
Thank you so much for keeping up with us and for the emails and Facebook messages too! It's so nice to know we are getting prayers from all over the world as we work here in Kenya!
... is that all of the prices are negotiable.
They usually start the pricing extremely high in hopes that you might pay at
least half of what they are asking. It is somewhat annoying but they did have a
lot of really neat souvenirs, many of which are handmade by the Kenyan people.
One more work day and we will be off to safari. Hope
that you are all doing well and I will talk to you tomorrow. See you all soon,
... us around as we walked and we gave him some sugar cane to eat. We also stopped and tried these fried dough crepe type things called, chainbogo. I thought that it was okay, but did not have much flavor.
We finally got back to the house and decided to go walk into Kikuyu. We walked around the town and stopped at the grocery store to pick up a few things. I was surprised that the grocery store was as big as it was, considering the town was ...