So long, and thanks for all the fish…

Today was the last day here in Kenya for 3 of the 4 of us, so we held a sports day with all three schools (nearly 850 students, the baby & nursery classes didn’t attend). It was a study in organised chaos. but the children seemed to have a lot of fun.

Once everyone was tired out and covered in a thick layer of dust, we said thank you and goodbye, and crossed everyone back across the busy main road to get back to school.

(null)

(null)

(null)

(null)

(null)

Afterwards we were invited to the house of Elosy, the head teacher of Glad Kids for a “goodbye party”. The teachers had all grouped together to make us a lovely meal. Once we had all eaten, the heads and deputies took turns to express their thanks to us, and we were given a lovely gift from Lizpal of a Masai shawl.

(null)

And so we’re having (yet another) quiet evening in, uploading photos & finishing off a few jobs.

It will be very odd to get back to freezing temperatures and being with people I’m related to. Oh, and non-lethal driving, tasty food and not having children shouting “hawayooo!” at me in the street.