We've been home for a few days now and I want to continue to share our stories from Kenya with you. Last week we didn't have great internet access for a few days and then we had a full couple of days in Nairobi, so I wasn't able to blog for a bit. But now I'm home and in between getting over jet lag (urgh), catching up on work, and ferrying the kids to and from VBS, I am hoping to find some time to blog.
or flip flops. And a lot of them had drank all their water already. What was also interesting to note, is that for each group of fifty to one hundred students, there were maybe two or three adults supervising!
We probably passed about a thousand kids climbing down so it wasn't near as peaceful as the way up had been. And as much as I got a little frustrated "encouraging" Rachel to get up to the top, I was super thrilled to not have to be supervising thirty school kids. Ha! Plus a lot of them were saying, "If she (Rachel) can do it, then we can too!" so Rachel was thrilled to be an inspiration.
On the way home from Longonot, Kurt and Carla dropped Dave and I off at the local mall so we could have a date. We got some coffee from Java House (Kenyan Starbucks), and wandered around. And we bought this zebra painting to add to our travel wall. Then we came home and collapsed. Ha!