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  • Excellent Surprise!

His Excellency the President of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta visited Nairobi Chapel on Sunday 27th April, 2014 to honor his Kes 3 Million pledge to the Jubilee Scholarship Fund. 727 more words

Nairobi Chapel

A Book That Breathes Life Into the Path of Uhuru

“Yesto be great you must stand in such a place that you can dispense pain and death to others without anyone asking questions. Like a headmaster, a judge, a Governor.” 508 more words

The African Book Review

Uhuru Gardens

A few weeks ago I mentioned that Ray and I attended a cake festival here in Nairobi, but I neglected to mention that it was held in Uhuru Gardens. 44 more words

Kenya

Nairobi experience

Join an English speaking guide to explore Nairobi. Take a walk through Uhuru Park in the heart of the city, than wander past the parliament buildings to the mausoleum of the first president of Kenya, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta. 106 more words

POCILLO CUP 1 (JULY 7)

 

Police have fired tear gas in central Nairobi to disperse a crowd of anti-government demonstrators in the streets, a Reuters witness said, as others gathered peacefully for a mass rally called by the opposition at a nearby park. 66 more words

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See You Soon

Sunday – June 23, 2013

It was a bit surreal that we’re going home today.  Time certainly flew by.  It’s so easy to loose track of time in Tanzania, but then gain it didn’t help that we were stuck on a mountain for 8 days.  1,640 more words

Kilimanjaro

The Hardest Part - Part 1

Monday – June 17, 2013 to Tuesday – June 18, 2013

*Note:  Early apologies for the disjointedness of this post.  Between Barafu and Stella Point so much yet so little happened that the linearity of it pretty much doesn’t exist.  4,881 more words

Kilimanjaro