|The view from Mount Iveti – the mountain |
near to Machakos
|Tasting the local cuisine – we declined|
the gizzards & intestines!
|Mount Iveti High Street: The Wild West meets Kenya!|
|Scott Kitchen: “No leaving the table until you’ve |
finished your greens!”
We hope to be in touch again sometime in March, but for now, thank you for reading, thank you for your prayers and support, and please feel free to get in touch – we appreciate hearing from folks back home and your letters and emails etc are always an encouragement to us. Please note that we now have a new PO Box number. All for now – God bless.
Onwards into Feb:
4th Feb: Finish ABO and head to Nairobi
5th Feb: Dr's appointment for Ruth
6th Feb: Fly back to Dar es Salaam
8th Feb: Drive from Dar back home to Morogoro
10–14th: Homestay with Tanzanian family in Morogoro
- Please pray about Ruth’s appointment with the doctor on 5th February to discuss the results of an ultrasound on her liver done before ABO. Pray that there will be nothing to worry about and that high ‘bilirubins’ will just be a harmless side effect of her medication.
- Praise God that, as we look back over the last six months we can see how many of the practical necessities of life (house, car, Tz driving licence etc) have fallen into place quite easily. Pray that we will be able to find a reliable night-guard for our house.
- Pray that our home-stay with a Tanzanian family will help us to understand more of the culture and to progress further in the language.
Photos of the month
|Nowhere to go: Signs at a T junction in Dar!|
|Can’t see this catching on amongst bikers in the UK!|
|Anyone for fish? The black dots are indeed flies!|