Photos taken by Zin, Mo and myself. 🙂 This is progressing well!!!
Clear road ahead. Nairobi. Narok. Kisii
The road between Bomet and Kisii is full of such sharp turns…. But this one took the crown.
Granite stones at our guide’s house. These are used sometimes to create harder carvings
Inside the main soapstone quarry in Tabaka town
The out house. At a strangers house. Blessed house!
Some areas of the quarry have been depleted of the soapstone so now plants are growing….
These donkeys in Narok town kept me up during the first night. They brayed the night through!
Yap, people are hard at work campaigning so that you can select them as your leader come March 4 General Elections
Bomet was the most beautiful town we went through – or so we thought!
There’s no way this would be complete without a food shot! We had this for dinner for both nights. And if we went back, it would be the same thing we would all have…….
Sign says it all……
We were stuck behind a couple of trailers on the Mai Mahiu road…..
The view over Tabaka town from Tabaka Hospital
A soapstone carving at Tabaka Hospital
Fuel protection ala Tabaka Mission Hospital
The sun setting in Narok
The sun setting over the hills in Bomet