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Around the Globe – Kenya

Shira Yehudit Djilimand

All strapped in and ready to go? Today, we’re off to a country bursting with wonderful wildlife and stunning scenery — Kenya!

 

A Child of Yesterday: My Childhood in Kenya

Rhona Lewis

You’ve already read about the Nairobi Elephant Nursery. Did you wonder if children growing up in Kenya cuddle elephants all day long? Well, I grew up in Kenya and I can assure you that this was not the case. Like children all over the world, I spent most of my days at school. Outside of school, I loved swimming, hiking, and camping. And get ready for this … I never worried about buying the prettiest stationary or the cutest earrings because there were no fancy shops in Kenya!

 

Summer Splash Time

Gila Zemmel

How about trying some of these games to keep you cool?



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