So there can be no confusion about just how muddy it gets here when it rains, here’s a clip of some trainees on their way to my session on “technology in the classroom:” Forget “uphill both ways,” this is walking to school at its most dangerous. We even saw a giant tree branch fly by!
And here are the two volunteers who joined me for a Christmas dinner of goat meat (here served on Christmas Day, after church is out). And yes, I did go to church.
Here’s a rare photo of me, as I ponder the profound meaning of family, peace, and goat slaughtering:
Just like the above, here’s another pic my “little brother” took. This one’s of his sister. Does this boy have a knack for natural lighting or what?
Speaking of brothers and sisters, here’s the newest addition to the family since I left here a year ago And yes, she was always this happy to see me.
What’s a Loitokitok photo collection without Kilimanjaro?
Lastly, here’s the Christmas present my Loitokitok family gave to their neighbors: Who’s not a sucker for puppy pictures?
I’m leaving Loitokitok tomorrow for Mombasa, where the next day I’ll be picking up (or just “picking,” as is the custom to say here) my mom and sister from the airport!