I was fascinated how the high canopy of the rain forest trees do not touch the next tree…
The ‘hotel’ where I took tea in a remote village and watched the dismembered goat go in the pot.
Tea, pity it’s not as good when it reaches the pot, in my opinion!
Lovely Scovia, who always makes me smile. New Year’s Eve.
Liz, Kessup, Kenya
On the Kessup plateau
Meandering through the Cheringani Hills
A rough but lovely road
A view to the north from the tops of the Cheringani Hills
The blue Mosquito at altitude
Baby Maria sleeps in the New Year
Moses and Liz, Kessup
The rough but lovely road into the Cheringani Hills
A view of the Kerio Valley from half way down. It’s a LONG way back up too.
Mexico, which seems to have become my room at Kessup, overlooking the Rift Valley, but invisble in the unseasonal haze.
Marion and Scovia with their mother, also Adelight’s mother of course.
William, the ex-policeman, relaxing!
William and I drink tea and millet porridge at Kessup