out and about


beautiful scenery

beautiful scenery

some tea factory. there motto is from bush to cup or something close

some tea factory. there motto is from bush to cup or something close

it was time for lemon 'glass' tea. I was unable to establish what it was

it was time for lemon ‘glass’ tea. I was unable to establish what it was

i don't know what this falls are called. I know I could spend a whole day doing nothing here

i don’t know what this falls are called. I know I could spend a whole day doing nothing here

it was a cold morning even for young lovers

it was a cold morning even for young lovers

this kid was all happy to be photographed and I obliged

this kid was all happy to be photographed and I obliged

evidence that i was cycling :-P

evidence that i was cycling πŸ˜›

Do I need to say anything?

Do I need to say anything?

time to refuel, it had been a long ride

time to refuel, it had been a long ride

we caused quite a stir. these children were distracted for the entire duration we were fueling

we caused quite a stir. these children were distracted for the entire duration we were fueling

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About makagutu

As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

43 thoughts on “out and about

  1. Looks beautiful. Like the fruit/veg stall. What is English tea? We don’t produce tea commercially in England? Or does it describe how it is taken? ie milk, sugar, lemon, mint?

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  2. ladysighs says:

    I like the idea of spending a whole day doing nothing. πŸ™‚

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  3. 1jaded1 says:

    Relaxing pics. Maybe lemongrass tea? The alternative sounds scary.

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  4. Violet says:

    Love this pics Mak….such a beautiful countryside.

    I love how when it’s “cold,” you guys put on long sleeves and long pants. HAHAHAHAHA! Where’s the parka/hat/gloves/scarf/snowpants/boots/facemask?

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  5. Beautiful country. And people.

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  6. Amazing photographs. I would not have faulted you for staying at the waterfalls. Also, all this talk about tea reminds me my cup is getting empty.

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  7. shelldigger says:

    I’m sorry that evidence pic only shows someone on a bicycle. We can’t tell it was you. πŸ˜‰

    Great pics Mak. I envy your bike ride. It looks like an awesome trip.

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  8. Wonderful! I feel like I’m there too!

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  9. Scottie says:

    I am so glad you braved the ride with the hills an all. The first pictures looks like the many places in Vermont where I grew up. I use to spend so much time in the fields and the forests of my town. The pictures of the falls is awesome and I admit I would have to be down in them, in fact sad to say in my youth I would have had to go over them. I took such love in life. In my 20 and 30’s I would have taken such fun riding with you. Now in my older age I would take even more joy in meeting, talking to , and understanding the lives of the people you met. Thank you very much for sharing these with us, with me. I love them. Hugs

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  10. Charity says:

    Aw, Noel. I love it when you post pics of the countryside! Such a pretty land and such beautiful babies! Thanks for showing us Westerners just how amazing your part of the world is. Every time you do this it’s a like a deep breath of fresh air. Thank you.

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  11. Jackie says:

    Wonderful captures! Thank you for sharing them. πŸ™‚

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