• Going green.

    The time spent team building last year made us quite fond of earth's most popular vegetation.

    And since playing on the green is what we hear successful people do on Friday afternoons, we decided to join them and reminisce our Vipingo Ridge moments.

    Thanks Maco for bringing in the slice of green.

    Makumi for birdie.

     

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  • The bike rack is finally here!

    The wait was a couple of months but it was well worth it.

    It started with an internal competition for bike rack designs. After an afternoon judging session where the whiteboard was the podium used to sketch and explain what everyone had in mind, Ashi's design took the day.

    Next step was finding a guy who could construct the lines on the whiteboard using metal. Ashi combed through many Nairobi artisans and when he finally found his guy, work commenced.

    Ashi's guy finally delivered his bike rack today and heads were nodded in affirmation of the workmanship.

    We finally have a neat rack to park man's finest form of transport.

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  • Silly mozzie.

    Not everything red is blood you life-sucking invertebrate. Pick something you can prick you pricker!

    A few seconds before being squat on the 27-inch.

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  • Cake from iHub_

    This has to be the best cake ever baked in Kenya. Seriously, it has to be. We're not too sure what we did to deserve it but thanks Erik and the team from iHub for the treat. Just let us know what we did and we'll keep doing it to get more cake.

    The arrival.

    Clearly...

    Please wipe the drool off your keyboard.

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  • The Plunge - Day Five.

    It's our last day in Tiwi.

    We've had so much fun and relaxation we're thinking we should do this every week. Or even have an ARK office here!

    We leave Tiwi tighter, happier and fatter than when we arrived.

    A harmless visitor at camp.

    Last moments of relaxation.

    Bye bye Tiwi.

    Packed and ready to leave.

     

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