We had the opportunity to go to a place called "Bomas" which is a combination of villages built to show people the different life style of the most common tribes here in Kenya.
If you go at the right time 3:00-5:00 they have people in each village to tell you about their culture and food. We went at 11:00 so we missed out but plan to go back and have dinner and see some native dancing.
Two fun Masai Mara tribes men. You can't take their picture without paying.
President Obama's father was from the Luo Tribe our people are from the Komba Tribe
Huts were made from mud, dung, and sticks with grass weavings for a roof. Some tribes would decorate them.
Just had to show you the huge avocados here. The only trouble is. . .they ripen all at the same time.
Just a few prices we are paying here in Nairobi
Diesel is $5.25 a gallon
American Cereal $10-12 Dollars a box when we can find it.
Tuna $2.75 a can
Mayonnaise $6.50 a bottle
Butter $5.00 lb
Peanut butter $10.00 a bottle when you can find it.
Elder and Sister Olsen heading for the mission office. They put in many long hours.