december 5. One thing involved.
In downtown Nairobi there are several coffee places offering wifi. I find one after a quest in which I fail to show patience. I get my stuff done anyway.


This is a variation to an HIV awareness talk for adolescents:
If you sleep with someone, there are two things involved: either you protect ...
december 4. Clubbin’
We are all lazy. We get up late. We have a long breakfast. I borrow the book "enduring love" by Ian Mc. Ewan and start to read it. I also manage to write the stories of the last few days sitting at home with my laptop in my lap. I again apologize for the English ...
November 27. Pharaonic village.
The pharaonic village is definitely worth a visit. Obviously, it is a tourism getaway of the purest kind, but if you want to refresh your knowledge about ancient Egypt, this is your place. I enter the village in the early afternoon and take a smooth boatride passing a dozen divine statues listening to the synchronized ...
Misa village
Poor family in Misa Village, CairoThe Misa Village is within sight of the Pyramids, yet poverty is ubiquitous here.

We decide to support one family on the eve of an important religious celebration and by shoes for the children.


Namefamily in Misa village near GizaAimTo allow a destitute muslim family to celebrate ...
Caritas Egypt
Caritas Egypt, CairoNovember 28th, 2009Caritas Egypt does community outreach in empoverished areas of Cairo. They provide cheap healthcare and vocational training for marginalized and mentally challenged children.

We visit one of their centers in Cairo and make a modest contribution for the education of mentally challenged children.


NameCaritas Egypt, Mataraya centerAimTo help ...
November 21.
I get back to downtown Cairo today, have a good breakfast, and work in a nice café. In the evening, some very nice guys take me out and tell me about the soccer tragedy that is going on between Algeria and Egypt. We have some tea together before they take me to a youth hostel ...