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Posted By: Stephanie
#Kenya,#Wildlife,#Conservation,#Africa,#Wildlife and Animal Conservation
The first day of the plain count I remember looking over the list of the 30 or so wild animals. I thought, “Yea right, like we are really going to see all these? I doubt it!” Then I thought, “How am I supposed to count something I have never heard of before in my entire life?” Each creature was pointed out and explained in vivid detail to us. I had seen more beautiful creatures on that day than I had ever seen in any zoo anywhere. And I have been to quite a lot of zoos in my life. I was shocked, excited and ready for more.
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Posted By: Marion
#Kenya,#Wildlife,#Conservation,#Africa,#Wildlife and Animal Conservation
The program allowed me to immerse myself in both environmental and cultural aspects of the area. I also had the chance to do some safaris in Africa. Being so close to nature and people, I realized how people have to live on a day to day basis, in a sometimes harsh environment...
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Posted By: Niklas
#Africa,#Kenya,#Teach English Abroad,#Volunteer with Children
I really enjoyed the time I had in Kenya, playing with the kids (their favorite game was that I lifted them as high as I can) as well as teaching them the letters of the alphabet or numbers...All in all, I had three of the best weeks ever. I met amazing people and enjoyed every day in kindergarten a lot!
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Posted By: Cristina
#Africa,#Kenya,#Volunteer with Children
This turned out to be one of the best experiences of my life. One of the first things that impressed me was the life and culture of the country. It was full of animals, plants, and people The journey between the airport and Gatanga Village was filled with animals, plants and diverse people.
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