“Live, travel, adventure, bless, and don’t be sorry.” (jack Kerouak)

for Octpowrimo Prompt Day 21 Short, Sweet and Simple (17 syllables or less)


 Kenya haiga, day 21

Image from Willatts Safaris Gallery

They are going on an educational safari today designed for parents and 
schoolchildren – to quote from the Website:

 The itinerary includes a trip into one of Kenya’s remotest corners, in the heart of Maasailand, where white faces are rarely seen and of course to the schools near Mbita that are linked with a number of schools in the UK by the charity developmentDirect. This combination provides the opportunity to interact closely with local communities and learn about lives and cultures that are dramatically different from those in the developed world. It also provides a far more intimate contact with the environment and the wildlife, for which the region is rightly famous, than is the case on more conventional safaris.

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6 Responses to “Live, travel, adventure, bless, and don’t be sorry.” (jack Kerouak)

  1. colonialist says:

    What a superb experience!


  2. Misky says:

    My youngest son did something similar a few years back in Costa Rica. He now lives in Colombia, teaching English, maths and science.


  3. Bastet says:

    Good job…and good for your family!


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