Saturday was our first full day in Kenya. We’ve just finished lunch; stopping in an internet cafe that is owned by Sarah Senewa, one of our Maasai friends. This is one example of how the women are creating their own destiny.
I’m sorry for not adding a picture; just wanted to let all of you know that we arrived safely after an 18 hour flight in the air.
Already I’m making notes on future posts which won’t be on The Bucks Underground Railroad until I return next week.
By the way, if you’re ever in Ngong Hills, and need to email home, go to the Osotua Cafe.
Since then, we attended a Maasai church service on Sunday. We showed QUENCH to the congregation. Many young people there were too young to even know or understand the challenge of walking up to seven miles for water.
Today we visited Member of Parliament Moses ole Sakuda, a Maasai who is doing wonderful things for the Maasai community. We gifted him with two Obama T-shirts and absolutely loves them.
The weather is like summer. We don’t miss the cold at all; everybody asks us how cold it is back home.
Have taken over a hundred digi pics and am on my third roll of film. I filmed the church service (it was 4 hrs long). Exceptional.
Probably won’t have an opportunity to post again. No wi-fi at the village.
Tomorrow we visit the schools and wells; On Wednesday the beaders will gather at Susan’s home (she is the wife of Francis ole Sakuda, Exec Director of SIMOO). We’ll be buying stuff!
Sorry for no pictures as unable to download from my camera at the cyber cafe./
So much more to come.