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10 ottobre 2014
A trip to Mombasa
It was on 10th October 2014, the day that the class 7 pupils waited for eagerly. It was a day to be remembered life time. The class 7 pupils would be away for a tour in Mombasa. We woke up at a crack of dawn. We were all looking forward to visiting and enjoying ourselves in Mombasa. Our class teacher, Madam Leah, accompanied us and we set off at around 7.00 a.m.
Three vehicles were supposed to take us on the tour and as the journey kicked off, our school mates waved and wished us a safe journey. That was our happiness
At Haller Park
In about two hours, we were already at Haller park. This is the place where we enjoyed most. We were really amazed by the sight of the different animals. One being the crocodile. We were shocked when our tour guide told us that a crocodile does not have a tongue. We saw the tall giraffes and the hippopotamus being the most killer animal in the world. After taking photos with the crocodiles and seeing the snakes like the Puff adder we started our journey to Bombolulu.
At Bombolulu Workshop and Cultural Centre
In this place, we learnt about our traditions. We saw the physically handicapped who made different types of ornaments. Surely, disability is not inability. These people made very beautiful things that we could not believe with our naked eyes.
At Mama Ngina Drive
We took our lunch at this place, and after 15 minutes, we headed to the ferry for it was not very far from Mama Ngina Drive.
At the Ferry
Everyone was glad to travel by the means of water. We were all grateful after crossing the water by means of ferry. There were thousands of people visiting this type of transport.
At Fort Jesus
At Fort Jesus, we learnt on how this fort came to existence. Most of us had been learning about it in books, but had never been there before. On this day, it was like a dream to be in such a historical site. After a long walk in the fort, finally we set off our journey back to school.
We give gratitude to the organizers of this tour. Really this is the day we enjoyed most in our life. Lastly, we appreciate ATKYE project for such a memorable trip. A lot was seen, heard and learnt!
Compiled by Emily Patience
9 aprile 2014
From Mary Njoroge
Halo.thank you very much for your mail, I am fine and did my final exams in july this year and now am waiting for my results.I was undertaking a Diploma in Human Resource Management.
I thank God for bringing me this far and also cannot forget to appreciate you for making that big difference in my life by sponsoring my secondary school education,.May almighty God Enlarge your territories.
What suprises me most is that i s met you back in January 2002 and your image is still vivid in my mind ,I LOVE YOU and would wish to meet you.please when you visit KENYA just inform and i will be great.
Right now am not attached somewhere as am doing casual labour whenever i find it.
Is there something i can Voluntarily do at Bambakofi as i await my results on November .I always feel the desire to be associated with you people.. since you are great.
Progetto Atkye: una giornata alla Bambakofi Academy
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