A vacation becomes remarkable when experiences arise that make the journey unforgettable. Some of our friends traveling with us to 🇰🇪 speak Spanish. Our travel company @Africa220 told us that our driver spoke a bit of Spanish (👏🏻). It turned out that Eric, out Kenyan driver not only spoke an almost perfect Spanish, he was also a smart guide, salsa dancer and singer. Listen to him singing @Chayanne ! Simply 👏🏻 😎
We were allowed to go inside a typical Masai home, which typically has 3 small rooms: 1 kitchen/fireplace/seating area, next to it a bed (the mattress made with cow leather) a second room for kids/guests and finally, but very important, the foyer that it is as well the room for their young cows (so these don’t get eaten by the predators at night)
This is my post No. 200 and I really wish to be able to reach more people. Please share. We help this small school in Kenya and is extremely gratifying to help these kids to have a brighter day! Thank you for sharing!
Our group took extra suitcases full of clothes and stuff for the school children. And our kids bought with their pocket money some school supply and 🍭 🍬 for the children. We went with William (our Masai friend) to the local school and met the children. They sang for us, recited poems and challenged our kids to a few run competitions (we of course were ungratefully defeated).
Shopping location: the same Acacia tree. These ladies took all my money (great souvenirs) and on top of that I had to buy Fanta for all of them! We didn’t understand each other very well but we couldn’t stop laughing.