I Have Arrived!

*Internet access has been difficult as  I have been traveling to remote areas without service. Let me start catching you up.

Today Kura, Biko(Kura’s nephew) and myself are making our way north. With an early start in Nairobi, our goal is to reach Korr before dark.

We made stops in Nanyuki, Isiolo and Archers Post.

Along the way I am surprised to see so much wildlife beside the new tarmac. Baboons, giraffe, warthogs, ostrich and gazelles were spotted along with breathtaking views of the mountains.

After 7 hours, we reach Korr and the newly constructed home Kura has built for his family. I am once again joyfully reunited with my Kenyan family.

Tonight I will meet with KURA Project’s 17 sponsored students along with the mentors and the start of the very first KURA Project mentorship program.

Hadi Waikato mwingine

2 comments

  1. rds · January 4, 2017

    Glad you made it, Sarah. Sounds as though your first days are going well.
    Best, Roberta

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  2. Francine Fleming · January 4, 2017

    What a beautiful home Kura has built! I hope it holds many wonderful memories yet to be made!

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