This is the end for us, moreover it is the beginning for our family. In our last week we were unfortunate not able to finish what we had in mind. The school fees for the 2 youngest children of Philip and Evelyne need to be payed before the 14th of January. Luckily Philip is honest with us, so we feel sad for not finishing what we had in mind, moreover we are glad that this man is honest with us. Adobe bricks with their mold On Wednesday the hard-core comes in. This day Maud i
Every journey comes to an end, so for us this rollercoaster ride has come to its end. We hammered the last nail in the house of Icarus and congratulated him with his brand new house. With a lot of ups and downs we managed to provide a good shelter for the family and we became a really good team. For Christmas we went to Mt Elgon national park and had a nice barbeque and drinks around a bonfire. The next day we went for a hike up Mt Elgon and managed to reach the top (4222m).
The last week is here! After allot of sweat, challenges and allot of fun we had our last building week. When we look back on the whole experience now it has been really nice. While maybe some weeks where really mentally and physically difficult at the end it was all worth it. But before we say goodbye let me tell you about our last week. On Monday, we celebrated Christmas with the whole team and Bea with her son and daughter. We went to Mount Elgon National park to stay there
Christmas l We start the week with the Christmas Holidays; Michiel en Beata arranged some lodges at Mount Elgon. On Monday we visit the caves of the mountain and we end the day with a barbeque. Where we on Tuesday get up early in the morning to climb the mountain. In only 3 hours we were able to reach the top and what a view. Group photo during the hike View from Mount Elgon with a altitude of 4222m Wednesday l On Wednesday we start our second building phase day. When we arri
This will be the last short story about the adventures of team III during the Rural housing project in Trans Nzoia Kenya. I would have wanted this last week to end with substantial progress on the project, but this has not been the case. This last week we have ground to a halt, due to lack of materials. Being “stuck” gave us the opportunity to work on some office work that had to be finished, and we had time to properly round up our work, to make sure that the family can fini