Day 1

I wish I could say visiting the Holy Land was a dream come true, a desire satisfied, or a promise fulfilled. Perhaps it could have been had I not developed a passion for peacebuilding and got to read literature on protracted conflicts, particularly the Israel-Palestine conflict.

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The two girls swimming in the miniscule pool had grabbed our attention instantly. The first one was slightly taller, her skin colour molten honey. The second one, was darker, shorter with a taut ass, attractively large breasts that she had propped up well to make me dream of falling in love again, on a balmy Sunday evening.

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Tokyo Part II

World War II destroyed Japan. Properties worth billions came down in a rain of bombs. Millions of people died, including the devastating atomic bomb that claimed the lives of at least 200,000 people. Business conglomerates such as Mitsui, Mitsubishi, Sumitomo and Yasuda,  known as the zaibatsu (Japanese wealthy clique) were disbanded.

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My friends, especially those who were born and raised in Nairobi and other ‘small and forgettable towns like Nakuru and Eldoret always bombard me with questions like; how I survive in a remote place like Marsabit.

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If Eldoret was a man, he would be a B-Com graduate from MKU, CPA (K) holder and pursuing an MBA at the prestigious University of Nairobi. When you combine ambition, glorious past, hype and then add tolerance at room temperature, you get Eldoret.

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The intrepid Ivy Aseka went to Western Uganda, visiting the famed  Kitagata Hot Springs that were once used by the Ankole Kings for various divine and normal uses. She was looking for a higher purpose in life. And while sipping the water, she hoped she will find the elusive boyfriend…

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