Posted by: keepfishing | September 9, 2010

Kenya: one year on

A year ago today, I flew to Kenya to volunteer in a conservation centre on the coast. It’s hard to believe that was only a year ago, and yet it seems so recent. So much has happened since – unemployment, moving back in with the parents, a girlfriend, a job offer in North Korea, moving to London, finally getting a real job, moving to Manchester, breaking in to the Great Britain Aussie Rules team, moving to Liverpool….

Anyway, to commemorate the year, I’ve finally had a look through some of the pictures and decided to finally test the WordPress slideshow feature. 3 Months is a long time and a lot of photos can be generated, but don’t worry, I managed to filter down to a mere 135 (!). But the slideshow is randomised, so it shouldn’t be too boring. (Actually, the random bit may not work – if anyone knows how to do such a thing, please let me know!)

And if you’re midly nostalgic and want to read again about how I got woken in the night covered in army ants, the same day I got bitten by a dog, or want to relive the Fable of Honest Sammy and the diving mask, or want to hear the story of how laptop charger can be found in half a mile of pitch-black beach, you can click here to view all the Kenyan stories and whimsical musings (including the sexy moustache).

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Responses

  1. wow, you really make one hideous woman.

  2. You have had a crazy year. :) I cannot believe it has been only ONE! :) Please never grow a mustache again.


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