Friday, December 9, 2011

A Typical Village House

This is a typical house, built by the women.  It's twig construction with various materials on top for a covering.    

These young children recited the alphabet in English and also counted to 20.  (I'm still not able to recite the Swahili alphabet nor count to even five).  The school is a cinder block building nearby.  Most of the schools are open air, having no windows.  The climate is quite pleasant and doen't change too much during the year.     The schools appeared to be one room.  

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