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Christmas in Kericho

I couldn’t make it home to my family for Christmas, so instead I spent it with my flatmate’s family. Barbara has spent most of her life in Iowa but was born here and has family living in western Kenya. 757 more words

We Need An Education System Overhaul In Kenya - Part 1

I cannot remember a lot from my primary school Science and Agriculture class. One of the few things that I remember from Arts and Craft class is dovetail joints. 834 more words



There is little more than a month to go to the IAAF World Cross Country Championships, Guiyang 2015 on Sunday 28 March when the spotlight will be shone on the Chinese city. 393 more words


Why I chose to stand up, alone: TED Fellow Boniface Mwangi on risking his life for justice in Kenya

Award-winning photojournalist Boniface Mwangi captured the 2007-2008 post-election violence in Kenya unflinchingly through the lens of his camera. But the horrors he witnessed propelled him into a new career as an activist and artist. 2,801 more words


Taking Bomas (1)

Hello lovely readers…

I am sneaking in a bit of my work time to do this post :}

So the other day my best friend called me from work, she has been complaining I spend a lot of my time working which is true. 374 more words

Iten Classic

The Iten Classic takes place on 4-5  April 2015. It is a mixture of three different events, this weekend will have something for everyone! This event takes place on Easter weekend with both Friday and Monday being public holidays so we hope you can be there! 496 more words


Culture Shock

Traveling around the globe over the past few years has introduced me to an intriguing variety of lifestyles. Though I have learned that acquiring some cultural knowledge in advance can be a beautiful aid, I am not ashamed to admit that on more than one occasion I have taken the “blindfolded diver” approach towards my inaugural visit to a country. 1,091 more words