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Back Home (for now)
To all my friends, Thank you for following my experiences in Kenya. I am back in Israel already, but, I would like to express
some concluding remarks for the last two months. Although my complaints of different hardships, my experience
in Kenya was a very p...
Back Home (for now)
Back Home (for now)
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Day 30 – A celebration of democracy or a well-known ending – elections are coming
On the 8 th of August – tomorrow - there will be
elections in Kenya. And unfortunately, many people are expecting riots on the 9 th ,
there is hope mingled with fear, ethnic violence and also people saying that it
has been blown out of proportion and everyt...
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Day 25 – The Craziness of Transportation
                Kenya is very diverse with 46 M people (last census in
2009). So, as far as transportation goes there is everything here: bicycles, motorcycles
and tuk-tuks, very old cars, but also new and luxury cars, I had been told that
more cars are sol...
Day 25 – The Craziness of Transportation
Day 25 – The Craziness of Transportation
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Day 20 - Stung by a bee
I am not pestered by mosquitos, as I wrote yesterday, I have
all the measures to keep them away, but I was stung by a bee today and where…….in
the shower, unbelievable. Thank god, I am not allergic, so I was calm, took the
sting out, finished my cold shower...
Day 20 - Stung by a bee
Day 20 - Stung by a bee
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Day 13 - A home away from home
How are you? I am doing very well, better than anticipated. It has been
13 days in Kenya and I have had so many different, strange to me, and exciting experiences.
My supervisor told me in the beginning of my stay here: One adopts to anything
within three d...
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Day three – Finally got the Lock
It is my third day in Bondo Kenya, and I have already somewhat assimilated,
although still in logistical organizations. Today is the day that I finally got
my lock to the room. There are two bed rooms in the guest house, and mine could
not lock,  so, for tw...
Day three – Finally got the Lock
Day three – Finally got the Lock
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On My way to Kenya
Its 1:00 in the morning, on my way to Nairobi, via Addis Abebe.
It is estimated to take me about 13 hours just flight and stop overs until
reaching Bondo, I plan to get there at 14:30. Lets see what really happens!!!! Preparation checklist: Where am I going...
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The University of Luxemburg
Currently being a university student, I can appreciate other
facilities. But this one was special it’s a ecological environmental friendly
building., I really got excited with some of the features. The university of Luxemburg
in Belval was established in 20...
The University of Luxemburg
The University of Luxemburg
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Its Finally Happening
After months of preparation, research and studying, I am
finally travelling to Kenya for my field work. This is the highlight of the
doctorate, because here, finally, I will be able to ask the questions that trouble
me the most and hopefully (one can only h...
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The first day of the conference.
Karibu – hello in Swahili. My ordeal is over, everything was worth-while, had a great
first day. Hotel room is good, comfortable bed, hot water, good food.
Kisumu is a fish area it is right on the shore of Victoria lake, so I am having
fish everyday The day...
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