This team of young people have just beaten Mount Kenya and are now focussing their efforts on helping local communities in Kenya but are not forgetting the help and support their families back home have given them to achieve their dreams….. We arrived yesterday after a 13 hour coach journey in good spirits where we were welcomed by friendly staff and Mama Mercy the manager of Imani Camp. DSC01269 We were showed round the camp which made us all instantly feel like we arrived in Africa. The food, sausage casserole, was truly scrumptious and today the food has been even better as we got two sausages instead of the usual one, result! DSC01279 Rosie, Morgan, Bron and Megan were assigned today‰Ûªs group leaders which involved waking everyone up and organizing the day ahead. I can personally say those girls have done a cracking job. Today we completed our first community work in a local deprived primary school, DSC01317DSC01293 painting classrooms and digging a moat around the school to reduce the risk of flooding in the raining season. DSC01282DSC01316 Our hard work was rewarded with delicious spag bol before people either helped wash up or visited the dreaded ‰Û÷long drop‰Ûª (which actually isn‰Ûªt that bad). This afternoon we have all had a cultural experience of authentic African bead making with local African women. DSC01321DSC01323 We are all still really positive after summiting Mount Kenya and are truly enjoying our stay here in Kenya. We have a few more days here in Camp Imani and we are all looking forward to de-worming goats. Thank you to all our parents who gave us this great chance for a once in a lifetime experience. We miss you all and we‰Ûªll see you soon.