Back in Kenya

31 Mar

Queuing for the visa, picked up by friends, roads are still the same, chapati for breakfast, 29°C, skirt and flipflops, waving kids on the way to the bus stage, matatu to town, still feeling at home in Nairobi, meeting friends at university, beer with claudi, rain, ugali and skuma wiki for dinner, good to be back, good night.

Getting up early, traffic jam anyways, returning to my slum, meeting friends, seeing my primary school again, heat, back to town, beer with AIESECers, leaving home late, sunburn.

2 Responses to “Back in Kenya”

  1. Kent April 2, 2009 at 5:15 am #

    How is it in Kayaba??

  2. manuinkenya April 9, 2009 at 6:18 pm #

    In the school things are a bit better, we built a new classroom. The teachers have changed but the kids are still there and remembering all volunteers 🙂

    We are hoping to launch a food programme soon. Any interns who would like to come? check out http://www.myaiesec.net/exchange/viewtn.do?tnid=100014332

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