Kibera. It's early afternoon and we arrived in a bar after a 16km walk. We order two beers and a pack of sweet red wine for our guide.
For 2 years I fly to Kenya for 14 days to support the social Leipzig project "Pacemaker for East Africa". I call it the spin, which grounds me and does it unchecked.
Bush landscapes, volcanic hills, striking rock formations and vast savannahs characterize the image of Kenya's largest national park: Tsavo. If you are looking for nature, this is the place for you.
One should not forget, we are not in Africa for fun. Ok, sometimes we do crazy things like rafting on the Nile or nothing like Zanzibar right now, but in fact you go to Africa to pursue your natural hunting instincts.
Kisumu, the port on Kenya's coast of Lake Victoria, lies sleepily before me. No trucks arrive honking, no cranes lift containers on cargo ships, there are none. Nowhere do workers bustle around busy, in a shed a few men hang around bored and palate. A peaceful peace lies above the scene.
The land is flooded with despatches, very secret, embarrassing! And already something has leaked: The first author script including producer comments for the 17th season of the real-time series "24" about Jack Bauer's regular world rescue was stolen by anonymous villains and published on the travel epée! A high on the press freedom!