Kenya is a country in equatorial Africa. More than 40 different ethnicities
inhabit the area; the population of the smallest ethnic groups is at least
1,4 million people. In a sense, Kenya leaves the impression of an average
European country. Magnificent buildings skyrocket in the central town of
Nairobi; the grand households of wealthier people are carefully guarded.
Like anywhere else in the world city stores offer 'global' laundry
detergents like OMO, or the brand that 'makes your laundry cleaner, things
better', Coca-Cola beverages, etc. Even Barbie dolls that are sold to
children of completely dark colour skin are white. Not very many white
people can be met in the town centre, and even if there are any they
are pursued by those who wish to relieve the "lucky man" from excessive
money. Most often the offer includes a safari-trip, chattering children
are trying to get even your pen while asking for contribution to the
school. The wealthy white population must have created a stereotype that
they wallow in money.
But generally speaking, Kenya is inhabited by completely normal, good people.
Some villages still have no electricity and at the time of drought there are
problems with water. The national flag of Kenya has even reached the moon;
but then again, they say the same about Estonia. So it is a perfectly normal