Like I mentioned, Kelvin had this car and this client that he had to drive around. The client's home area is just outside of Mombasa called Kaloleni. After driving there for two days, Kelvin fell in love and said he just had to take me there. Saturday morning, at 7am, we packed up and hit the road. We battled crazy traffic just to get out of the city, but once in the country side, we were in heaven. We pumped up the worship music and cruised through the village. After only a few miles, I understood why Kelvin loved it so much.
Acres and acres of gorgeous land with humble homesteads all over the place.
This was probably the worst patch of road we drove on. Seriously, the roads were better than in Mombasa city.
This area is FULL of palm trees. It's also a big producer of mnazi, a local palm wine that is cheap and addictive for the locals.
I started dreaming of having our own little homestead in this area one day. Of course, it won't quite look like this one but similar.
Palm trees galore!
All that green is plantations of palm trees. I don't think I have ever seen so many palm trees in my life!
Who knows, maybe one day we will buy ourselves a few acres, set up a children's home, and life the village life.