In my prior post I wrote about our hike up Mount Longonot. After that hike, we went for a late lunch (okay, we didn’t eat until around 4 or 4:30) at… 343 more words
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Arriving back from the US to Africa I flew into Nairobi, Kenya (instead of Kilimanjaro, TZ). There were several reasons for this: 1. The plane tickets are literally hundreds of dollars less to fly into Nairobi as opposed to Kili. 801 more words
And so the halfway point of the programme came around just as quickly as everyone had previously warned us, and before you know it we were all packed into matatus (public buses here) heading to a rather famous Kenyan lake for two nights of fun and reflection (and giraffes!). 582 more words
Mount Longonot is 60 kilometres northwest of Nairobi. It is a stratovolcano thought to have last erupted in the 1860s. It rises to a height of 2,776 m, Mount Longonot has a forest of small trees that covers the crater floor, and small steam vents are found spaced around the walls of the crater. 168 more words
UNDERSTANDING SOUTH SUDAN'S MILITARIZED POLITICS AND THE WORRYING CULTURE OF THE REGION'S 'PEACE DEALS'
“Therefore, the welfare of a republic or kingdom doesn’t lie in having a prince who governs it prudently while he lives, but rather in having one who organizes it in such a way that it may endure after his death” 1,246 more words