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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

National 7s Circuit

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


Friday - Visiting The Dump

The heavens opened on Friday and Nakuru was awash, but the Three Tribes battled on.
There was little success for the Constructors with conditions too treacherous to work effectively or safely. 697 more words

My Adventure - Belle Harrison-Fraser

As I stand in the centre of the cobbled playground, smiling, giggling children surround me. I observe and watch each child and their gesture, from each individual gaze to a vigorous sprint. 209 more words

New on 500px : Edge of Extinction by RalphWinter by RalphWinter

We can across this group (crash) of rhinos in Nakuru on a very wet and stormy day.
I refused to leave on the off chance that the sun would pop out. 105 more words

Introduction day - Matatu Monday.

Well rested and full of anticipation, three Matatu were loaded for out first trip to the projects. Some for the first time to find out exactly what they had signed up for, and others making a return, hoping that those they left behind last time were still safe and sound. 560 more words

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