Within a few days of arriving in Nairobi I found myself at a most unusual concert,organised by the Goethe Institut Nairobi, being paid to take pictures.
Kibera is the largest and probably most famous slum in Africa.
Over a million people living mostly on less than $1 U.S. a day.
During my Kenya trip I spent a lot of time there, partly for work and partly to hang out with some friends I’d made.
One of the things that stuck me about the place was how happy the children seemed, despite their circumstances.
“Lavosti and Oren, Impromtu jam, Nairobi April 2010”
For part 2 of the Lamu posts, a little history, some dry facts and some tourist snaps. Well, kind of.
Lamu-Part 1-Ass! A tribute to the humble beast of burden.
(completely unrelated picture-But , really, THAT is what you call a beard!) Things have been a bit slow here on the blog for the past week or so as I’ve had my head deep in CSS and HTML updating the main Uchujin site. There are still quite a few Kenya pictures to come though and…