In 2700 Hundred Hours in Africa; Managing the Mennonite Guesthouse in Nairobi Ellis Stutzman tells about his extraordinary experiences when in 1995 he traveled to Kenya with his wife and three young children for a short term voluntary service assignment to manage the Mennonite Guest House in Nairobi, East Africa. Ellis and Sue had a staff of 15 Kenyans and a house full of travelers. The relationships were a challenge and often hilarious and heartwarming.
In 2013, he writes the stories he has relived many times. The result is an action-packed book full of adventure! Meet Jimmy, the vegetable seller with 12 fingers; Muhammad, the island guide; Jairo, the night guard; and the thieves in the night. There are startling travel experiences, outstanding destinations, animal sights, difficult customers, amazing geological and historic observations, and boats, automobiles and airplanes! The family made the best of every moment and share all these adventures with you now.
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