Lou and the Stongehenge team are on their last few days at Camp Tsavo and by the sounds of it have had an amazing trip and still have the energy for more… Sooo, since the last Stonehenge update, we‰Ûªve been really busy! We left Ocean camp for the fantastic Camp Kaya, where in the words of Charlie and co‰Û_‰Ûthis is what we came for!!‰Û. We were surrounded by monkeys, pumped around a 1000 litres of water a day from the local water pump (see pic!) and did our bit for the environment by planting lots of trees! We then trekked down to Muhaka, where we settled in and really felt at home with the staff and the locals.åÊ We played football nearly every night (and even won‰Û_once!!).åÊ Here, team Stonehenge made a huge impact with their dedication and hardwork.åÊ They managed to build the Trust house for IT and tailoring from barely foundations to window height in less than a week, using local methods and tools!!åÊ What an achievement! The group didn‰Ûªt stop there! After visiting the bush doctor, watching an elderly man run up a coconut tree and chasing monkeys and cockerels around‰Û_we then helped to build a house for Mama, built her a bed and bought her a mattress! It was both incredible and tear-jerking. After saying goodbye to the wonderful staff at Muhaka, we made the last and longest leg of our journey to Tsavo.åÊ ‰ÛÏT.I.A‰Û This is Africa said the group! Since being at Tsavo, we have seen hundreds of elephants and fall asleep each night to the sounds of animals playing at the local watering hole. The safari was incredible and the students have learnt valuable skills including, how to make paper from poo, animal tracking and bush survival skills. Today we went to Buguta Primary School where we helped to build a much needed kitchen and spent an unforgettable time teaching and talking with the local students. We have only 2 more days left and cant believe this experience is nearly over.åÊ The children we‰Ûªve met, the staff here and the memories will make it very hard to leave! Asante Sana Camp Kenya!! Lou and the Stonehenge Kenya 2012 Expedition…