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Christmas Morning Bike Ride

Everyone does the holidays differently. We all have our own traditions. J. and I prefer experiences over presents. Christmas 2015, our morning was spent hiking along Mount Kenya… 42 more words


Mercy Nairobi, Mercy.

Nairobi is unashamedly brutal.

Gitonga thinks so, and quite frankly, I agree.

Why? I’ll explain in a bit. Let me begin by telling you how I met Gitonga… 2,141 more words

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Review: Mbweha Camp

For our Christmas holiday we chose to stay at the Mbweha Camp. The camp borders against Lake Nakuru National Park, so you are right by the park but not in it (read: park fees only for when you go to the park). 538 more words


Holiday Recap

In 2015 we did a Christmas long weekend in Nanyuki. We liked doing that so much that we did a similar long weekend this past Christmas. 179 more words



I think I’m just one of those people. I could live in a fantasy for a while and suddenly it becomes reality. I mean, I can literally mention something once, never think about it again, then months later or even seconds later it materializes. 676 more words

My trip to Egerton Castle

Written by Annie, Work Study, Nakuru

This past week I visited Egerton castle with Timothy, one of the kids from the center. The castle was built by English Lord, Maurice Egerton for his mistress during the years prior to Kenya’s independence from England. 289 more words

My Maternal Home 🏡🇰🇪🌍

East, west home is always the best. There’s nothing like the feeling of comfort, true existence and peace that you get when your in your own home. 276 more words