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Nakuru: What Home's like

As a traveller, home is more like a feeling than an actual place. We are able to exist in more places than one.  There are a few places where you have a different kind of people you regard as friends or even as close as family. 449 more words


We is Us.

I weary for desires never guessed,
For alien passions, strange imaginings,

These fragments I have shored
Against my ruins
To be some other person for a day. 49 more words


My First Week With IHF Kenya

By: Xinxin, Voluntourist Kenya

A week ago, I arrived at Nakuru and started a two-week program at the IHF children’s home. This it the first time I have attended a volunteer program like this, so I felt nervous when I first arrived. 244 more words

Challenging and Beautiful Kenya

By: Song, Voluntourist Kenya

My name is Song, and I’m a volunteer from UNNC.  I came to Nakuru six days ago, and in these days I have learned that their living environment is very hard and I would like to try my best to help them.  267 more words

Kenya, Lakes, Hills, and Habari Karibu

Our second spell in Nairobi (or Nai-robbery, as its affectionately known), involved more coffees out, a very nice Italian meal, and a restock of food stuffs in the new Carrefour supermarket, oh and a few minor jobs on Colonel K (replacement of broken rivets on the roof rack, removal of dud leisure batteries, and a small leak on the return pipe to the fuel tank). 1,971 more words

Kenya: First Impressions

By: Cao Yaqing, Work-Study Kenya

I have been in the center for four days. First I took one day to recover from the 24-hour-flight, and then I started to work. 249 more words

National 7s Circuit

Every year the Kenya Rugby Union runs a staged tournament spanning 5 legs and in no particular order titled: