By Jayross 14 Comments
I went to Kenya for two weeks along with some Canadian and Washington buddies. We flew in to the main city of Nairobi, then took a smaller plane to Kisumu, a smaller city located along the coast of Lake Victoria. We drove 45 minutes from the city until we arrived in the rural village of Kit-Mikayi. There, we worked with a group of around 60 school children from the surrounding community. We stayed with a host family during the 10 days we were there. A friend and I were placed in a small compound composed of five mud huts, with no electricity or running water. I like to camp, so it wasn't much of a shock to me. We ate with them, conversed with them, and shared our cultures. It was all very cool.
After our 10 days at Kit Mikayi, we went back to Nairobi for four more days. We took day trips to different areas. We went to a baby-elephant orphanage, a shelter for giraffes, two national parks, and some different markets.
Anyways, this was the 2nd time I had used my Nikon D3100, so I was on auto for the most part. There are two albums, the full album, with a lot of crap (just kidding, kinda) or the abridged album that is much, much shorter.