After a FILTHY ride into Uganda. A rare ‘selfie’.
They call it a road… The way from Suam Border into Uganda is lovely.
But it’s a hard road!
Precious and Alex, in the middle, with his brother, Nic and sister Gloria, at Coffeeland, Sipi, Uganda.
Michael, Coffeeeland’s cheerful askari.
Precious with baby Keira, Sipi, Uganda
Sister Betty, a nurse of the ‘old school’ at Sipi Health Centre
My hut at Coffeeland Resort, the quietest sleep in the world!
Alex’s aunt, Kanifa, makes us tea at Sipi
Justine, Kapchorwa, Uganda
Rose, who needs no langauge to express herself!
Marion, watched by Godfrey, Sipi
Children at Sipi. How they love to see a muzungu!
Young boys, with some years to anticipate, reenact their cicumcision ceremony!
With Alex, Precious and baby Keira at Sipi
On the ‘road’ back to Kenya
The old colonial hotel at Kaptagat
Complete with log fire, almost on the Equator, but HIGH!
The drop, almost a mile in altitude, into the Rift Valley. Wow!!! My favourite road.
The scenery in these Kenyan highlands is superb.
This could be Switzerland!
Mount Kenya reveals its snow. A lucky view for me.
Rapeseed north of Mount Kenya, with the great deserts stretching north.
Lost in the Aberdares Forest. This was remote!
Bck down the wonderful rocky road into the Kerio Valley. 24 hairpins, I was told – every one with a spectacular view.
Mary, Kimwarer, Kerio Valley
The scenery at the bottom of the Rift Valley is totally different. It’s hot too…
Cook Joseph, in his kitchen at Kessup.
Edwin, in his kiosk, Kessup
Peter, a good farmer, now aged 83, Kessup.
Chiri and son, Kessup
My third journey through the magnificent Cheringani Hills. No weariness with this scenery.
Riding through old forest in Cheringani Hills.