‘Enjoy your holiday’ people always tell me when I tell them I am going to Kenya. ‘Will do’ is now my reply, because there is no point in explaining to anyone that a trip to Kenya is work. It is often an enjoyable work, grant you, but work nonetheless.
This time, my trip to Kenya was outside my normal schedule. I normally go in July till September to deal with the new container arrival. This trip was a promotional trip and we have covered some 2,700 km of the country and spoken to 22 people from universities, churches, private schools, governments and libraries.
The aim was to tell them that we exist and that we can help them get access to amazing quality of books. Which I believe we have done. Now we have to raise the funds so we can fulfil the promises we have made.