Monthly Archives: September 2010

Teach, coach sport, make a difference in your gap year

Karen and David drove me up to NGecho Secondary School in Chokereria.  This was my main reason for coming to Kenya – to visit this school.  We had a bit of difficulty finding it so rang the Principal, Robert Mwangi … Continue reading

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A dongle may be best in Kenya for internet linked with a local phone

I decided to have a lazy morning doing my blog but the wi-fi at the hotel was so hit and miss that I couldn’t get on the internet.  The best way to deal with communications in Kenya is to buy … Continue reading

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“Bicycle, Bicycle…!” the music of Queen lives on

At 7.00am, I was met at the Fisheagle Inn by a new guide, Robert (Joseph had to go to the hospital with his sister to decide what to do about her fibroids) and we collected our bikes from the bike … Continue reading

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Tackling Mount Longonot

As a keen walker, the prospect of walking up Mount Longonot was an undaunting one.  I had arranged with  Joseph and his faithfull driver Moses to pick me up at 800am as he  recommended to do the climb early in … Continue reading

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Lovely Virgin flight, but drinks cart sadly lacking …

Lovely Virgin flight but drinks cart sadly lacking before dinner and breakfast was a mini-wrap (nice idea, very tastey but not enough to keep you going till lunch time). Travelling with Karen and David Clifford who used to live in … Continue reading

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