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Part 10 – Mzungu!

Our coordinator was way ahead of us and met us from the bus to walk us into the grounds of the children’s centre, through the front gate and along the temporary pathway.  Is that an old toilet bowl just there on the ground? Continue reading Part 10 – Mzungu!

Part 9 – The First Group

The bus came, as expected, at 8am on Tuesday.  Naturally, most of the girls were not yet ready.

Not my group though, we were fresh, new and still total geeks – we were first on the bus. Continue reading Part 9 – The First Group

Part 8 – Limuru

The tiny, gated community of Brakenhurst was the most picturesque little corner of the world I’d ever visited.  Small huts and cottages were dotted around a steady green hillside, each separated from the one next door by rows of perfectly trimmed hedges and beautiful flower beds.  A thick woodland lined the driveway to the village and beyond that, lush green fields in every direction. Continue reading Part 8 – Limuru