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Before we went to the Kenya Coast we visited the Nyumbani Children’s Home in Nairobi with the help of Josephine Mutuku Sesi and met Sister Teresa who allowed us to pass out 21 Duduza dolls collected by Maya Jones and … Continue reading
Her Majesty’s Australian Ship (HMAS) Toowoomba has seen all types of dhows. HMAS Toowoomba (FFH 156) of the Royal Australian Navy went on Operation SLIPPER in 2009, a deployment for anti sea piracy mission off the coast of Somalia with … Continue reading
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On April 11 we had arranged to go on a sunset cruise when Kenya went on tsunami alert We watched the news from Indonesia and it looked like the wave would not reach East Africa until after our … Continue reading
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On April 5 I arrived in Nairobi, Kenya after flying for nearly 20 hours from Portland, Oregon via Amsterdam with layover making the entire trip at least a day long. No matter, I was greeted at the airport by … Continue reading
Cheryl, Cindy, and Joann were joined by members of Ngong church women’s choir for a group visit to the Kenyatta Hospital Children’s Ward. They played violin and Joann told the “monkey -lion story.” One small boy asked them to pray … Continue reading
Dhows are the traditional sailboat of East Africa and the Indian Ocean. Along the Kenyan coast you can see their sail and here is a fun video posted on Youtube by the Majlis Hotel of the “Mozambique style” dhows in … Continue reading
In 2010 I spent six weeks in China working at Wacom’s offices in Beijing and Shanghai and visiting the Great Wall and other amazing places around the country. In many ways China is more than just a country and it … Continue reading