Tova and I before Aaron and Rita's wedding

The maize harvest

Sunset over the sisal plantation

Timboni

Augustus and Halima

Halima and I

Stella and I. Stella is one of the teachers at Future Hope Nursery, where I teach PE.

The students of Future Hope Nursery visit the construction site of their new school.

Celebrating Augustus' birthday at Mnarani Club.

Ashford and I. Ashford is Richard, my supervisor's, son. We are buds.

Forgus and I at the beach.

Twende baharini.

Pictures, Finally!

June 10, 2009

Foreground: A sisal plantation sprinkle with protected baobab trees.  Background: The Indian Ocean lies just beyond Timboni, in the cluster of trees.

Foreground: A sisal plantation sprinkle with protected baobab trees. Background: The Indian Ocean lies just beyond Timboni, in the cluster of trees.

This is the compound of the family I stay with.  Notice the huge mango tree.  My room is in the back house, all the way on the left.

This is the compound of the family I stay with. Notice the huge mango tree. My room is in the back house, all the way on the left.

Me and my best fried Kaniki.

Me and my best fried Kaniki.

The site of the Kuruwitu conservation.  The magic is under the water.  The boat was recently donated and is used for ferrying visitors and patroling the area.

The site of the Kuruwitu conservation. The magic is in the water. The boat was recently donated and is used for ferrying visitors and patrolling the area.

Halima helping lead my yogurt making class.

Halima helping lead my yogurt making class.

During low tide local fisherman with walk along the reef equipped only with a sharp metal rod and sack.  They use the same crude gear for fishing in the deep sea too.

During low tide local fisherman with walk along the reef equipped only with a sharp metal rod and sack. They use the same crude gear for fishing in the deep sea too.

Megan and Alex visit Caca Cove, my favorite beach in area.  We named it that after Alex had an accident there.  "Kaka" is brother in Kiswahili, lending the name some wiggle room.

Megan and Alex visit Caca Cove, my favorite beach in area. We named it that after Alex had an accident there. "Kaka" is brother in Kiswahili, lending the name some wiggle room.

A stream running down Kilimanjaro turns into a waterfall just outside Loitokitok.  It's been named "51" by locals.

A stream running down Kilimanjaro turns into a waterfall just outside Loitokitok. It's been named "51" by locals.

June 8, 2009

The village gathers to elect elders.

The village gathers to elect elders.

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May 22, 2009

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