Late in the evening of July 17, I landed in Nairobi after a 14-hour journey (I started in Gothenburg) and was welcomed by Bonface with a cute sign that the children had painted for me. We drove to his apartment where a hot meal was waiting for me. This was already the moment I fell in love with Kenyan food. I can’t name a favorite – just everything I ate during my time there was very tasty and easy to eat with my hands, which I like a lot. The same house that Bonface lives in also houses the volunteer rooms and the ULT office. I shared a room with a French woman and a German woman and in the “boys’ room” another volunteer from Israel lived. Together, under the coordination of Bonface, we mastered the daily tasks, which was a lot of fun. The furnishing of the rooms is simple, but absolutely sufficient. Toilet and shower room were shared with everyone on the floor and the kitchenette was in Bonface’s apartment, to which we always had access. There was always drinking water there as well. There was no running water, but that was absolutely no problem. Everything was taken care of and Bonface was always available. We volunteers never felt unsafe or left alone.