As the countdown to my leaving Kenya continues, so we get to tick off some of the items on my to-do list. The latest being to put Holy Rosary College on the web.
So this is my last week in Kenya!
This weekend, for the first time, I made cheese.
Seeing Drew’s comment on the Kingoti entry reminded me about this which I saw while I was up there watching the acrobatic dances.
Someone had taken a car speaker and mounted it in that big plastic bucket. The stereo had external speaker jack sockets already so they plug the big speaker in and hey presto, a sound big enough to dance to under a tree.
Whose house is this?
It’s Meg’s (old) house.
Meg’s the PCV who lived up the road from Tala in a little place called Kingoti. Her neighbour Consemptor started a women’s group to do awareness raising work through dancing and tubling Continue reading
Welcome to the Kenyan Cookery show. (I’ve not done a ‘photo-love’ blog entry for a while…) Continue reading
‘Lash up’ is a term my dad used to use to describe some piece of work that was shoddily done to the point where more work would be needed on account of the work than on account of the problem it was trying to solve in the first place. He used to ‘dish up’ (fix and cover the cracks with goop) motor vehicles, clocks, wristwatches and leather lugguage, etc. and believe me, he should know.
I wish I had a camera with me today Continue reading
I just came back from Nairobi on the Matatu. The normal price for that journey is 100 shillings but Continue reading
Here we go in a little 18 seater plane from Nairobi to Lamu. The first part of that journey, from Kampala to Nairobi, was a kind of extended torture, as I described in the comment on the earlier entry. It cost about $10 and lasted 16 hours… Continue reading
I’m splitting these pictures up into sets as there are so many. Here are some from a happy trip Jackson and I took to Entebbe Zoo. Continue reading
Have a gander at these photos from my Christmas trip to Kampala.