May 1, 2014

The Calm Before the Storm

It’s never easy to travel over seas , especially with a large group. But we have an amazing class of students and partners from FRB with us. Even after all of our troubles getting through customs and getting to bed around 5am, everyone was up and ready for our orientation at 10am tea. These students are dedicated and excited to discover and share the stories of Kenya.

After some prep and relax time today we will be off early tomorrow morning to explore our first community just outside of Nairobi. Make sure to visit our Facebook page for more pictures.

Orientation meeting the first day.

Orientation meeting the first day.

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Comments (2)

  1. Glad you got there. Sorry about customs. If you still have any gummy bears left it would be cool shot to see you guys eating them in Kenya. Have safe travels and a good day!

    Steve Hufford May 1, 2014 |
  2. Have a safe trip and if you make a visit to Elderot look up Joe and Sarah Ellen Mamlin. Joe is an American doctor who retired from IU and has bascially set up the largest Aids medical practice in Africa Both Joe and Sarah Ellen are member of my church here in Indianapolis. You can probably find them at the Moi Hospital or the Sally Test Institute both located there in Elderot. Have a fun and safe trip. I enjoyed my SST expirence in the Dominican Republic

    Eric Russell Class of 93 May 1, 2014 |