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Asakatho Kisii

04 Sep

The whole of August I had these many topics to write on but every time I sat to type them I couldn’t get past sixty words, the story in my head just refused to come out… Then just to make sure I posted something for the month I wanted to do another playlist, then I remembered ghafla guy told me not to write about playlists again… I listen, see?

Having been born, bred, raised, schooled near or in Nairobi, the word here is near, note that… One starts to have a bias on the other parts of the Country that exist, as opinion about a place will be formed through hearsay or what you read. Truth be told the furthest I had ever been going to West of Kenya was Kisii. So when I got an assignment to go to Suba Kuria I did not mind where that was I just wanted to asakatho Kisii (Luo for I have gone past Kisii).

I got to learn that the word asakatho (thank you Omondi Awinda for translating that for me :-)) means past, like if you go past Nyayo stadium, you say “asakatho Nyayo stadium”, to mean “I am past Nyayo stadium” so back to my story, the longest I had been on a vehicle was six hours during that Kisii trip, but this time round it was eleven hours and thirty minutes. When we got to Migori town we stopped for some butt rest, I saw some guy insult some mechanics the insult is un-typable here and stones began flying, these were huge stones mind you, we had to scamper and watch the show from a distance, what a welcome that was…  Here are some random pictures I took on my trip as I asakatho Kisii.

You can also follow me on instagram username: mackel9 for more photos of my mundane adventures over here 🙂

PS: I will try to put up better posts when I get my act together, stories that flow lol

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5 responses to “Asakatho Kisii

  1. Odhiambo

    September 13, 2012 at 10:24 am

    So instead of a crying stone you were showered with flying stones in Migori… At least you’ve ever travelled to a far place to need a butt rest.hehe

     
  2. Ghafla!Guy

    September 24, 2012 at 5:39 pm

    You took my advice! Yipee!!! 🙂

     
    • mackel9

      September 25, 2012 at 9:14 pm

      I listen hehe

       
  3. woolie (@wooliekondoo)

    October 19, 2012 at 12:12 pm

    nice pics…your stories will come back – usijali it is said that you can’t brew fine beer in a hurry…

     

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