Kitale

Kelsey Breseman
3 min readApr 21, 2018

I am overwhelmed by Kitale when we arrive. I'm surprised to be overwhelmed; I felt this way entering Kigali in Rwanda, and again coming into Kabale in Uganda. Each country has a lively street scene, and as we move from country to country in progression, the activity pushes forward into the street just a bit more.

Roast nuts are for sale in paper cones. Women use penknives to cut wedges of potato into pans of boiling oil. Eggs for sale are very fresh: the egg sellers along the sidewalk have walls of caged chickens behind them.

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