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Preparing for Kenya

Posted on 24 September, 2011 at 14:57
This is always the hard part; what to take and what to leave behind! Being a girlie, I have a tendency to pack for every eventuality which then results in me lugging a really heavy case around! Packing for this trip will be a challenge for me because I want to take lots of play things for working with the children; and I will also need to take a light sleeping bag & liner, a towel, a lamp and a mosquito net.
I will take lots of drawing materials, colouring pens & pencils, balloons, marker pens, stickers, small balls, maybe some english workbooks....hmm......need to do a bit of shopping!
I bought a travel book on Kenya today, so that I have an idea about the country I am going to. Like the sound of the white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters too! Maybe I can spend a few days at the coast at the end of my trip.
I hear that the school are so excited to hear that I am coming - how lovely! I cant wait to be there and getting involved..

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