Greg from Australia, arrived last week and freshly married with Sarah who is also accompanying us on RK, is seen here digging for caliche. This is a deposit layer we hope to find right above our groundwater level. This can be used for building houses ,roads and several other purposes.
David and Axel have arrived from the Pare mountains, and are together with Mathilde and Tichafa enjoying paella with crab caught with the crab-trap from Valère.
By the way; this is the first time Tichafa has tasted crabmeat!
Valère has made a bamboo crabtrap for catchment in the lagoon, which we hope will bring some nice crabmeat on the menu!
Last week we had a young visitor on RK, which we hope to keep as fearsome watchdog! He is called Rafiki by us ( friend )
Last week Mathilde and Valère joined us as WWOOFers on Ras Kisimani. Valère has good fishing skills to teach us, and Mathilde is a good cook, when arriving from Dar es Salaam Tichafa was given a wellcome cake baked on site!
Yesterday Paula and Borja, our new WWOOFers arrived on site. They teached us breadmaking skills, so we are happy with that!
For those who did not get a good view of the bird from our latest post!
Every day we are visited by a lilac breasted roller, a beautiful bird who seems to be common here, but nevertheless worth sharing!
We are proud to publish our first WWOOFER report, and hope many will follow!
WWOOF report Paradise on earth at Ras Kisimani (Pdf)
Here is Jan having lunch with our boys on site:
Finally we have internet and wifi on our site