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It's the little things you start to appreciate

by Elisabeth, Work-Study, IHF Nakuru

Coming here I had to slow down – everything was working so much slower than I was used to. Now I can hardly believe that my journey is supposed to be over in already a week! 408 more words


Students Prayer Day before the final exams!

by Valeria, Co-Director, IHF Kenya

When I first came I wanted to know a little bit of how the school system works here and I thought to myself: ‘There is many things I have to learn about this, but I am sure I will know everything soon’ but even now that I am left with two weeks of my stay I get surprised by some of the school events that they celebrate here. 502 more words


A few days in Nakuru

After spending many wonderful days by the shore of Lake Naivasha, the time came to continue our way west, each day closer and closer to Uganda. 518 more words



Kenya celebrates Mashujaa (Heroes) day every 20th of October. Travel Diaries decided to pay tribute to 3 spots that may be very different in landscape, history and attractions but remind us how truly remarkable Kenya is. 1,173 more words


Second Hill run to Dundori from Tabuga

On Saturday 4th October, I started out from Tabuga at 8am at a slow pace and ran non-stop to Tumaini/Ol Kalou turnoff. After warming down, I got into a matatu and headed back down. 178 more words


A LOOK AT KENYA THROUGH THE YEARS - PictureBlog 1914 - 1990s

Jomo Kenyatta in 1914, he was baptized a Christian and given the name John Peter which he changed to Johnstone. He later changed his name to Jomo… 978 more words


Day 18: traveling

Tell a tale of traveling, a city or country you’ve been to or a favorite vacation.

I have had the amazing privilege of traveling to many countries. 650 more words