Running with the Kenyans by Adharanand Finn download in pdf, ePub, iPad
It was still not certain whether the flight was going to leave, but it was not listed as cancelled on the board, unlike many others. This is a book about running. He drove his toy cars along the endless rows of empty seats.
The uncertainty was sending an aching craziness though my veins. Adharanand Finn tried to run there, and succeeded. Most are from poor rural backgrounds, and he sees the hardship and privation they endure. And that's more or less my issue with the book, insofar as I have an issue.
We had a flight to Kenya booked that night. It's just a journal of Finn's marathon. Lila, the eldest, after some reading and running around, settled down to watch Peppa Pig on the internet. That, of course, was just the beginning of our adventure.
Marietta was packing up the last bits and pieces. To add to our problems, Uma came down with a fever and fell asleep.
But my Dad, game for the challenge, was out clearing the drive. He seems full of admiration for the Kenyans he trains with and befriends.
On the Saturday before we left, a tonne of snow fell across England bringing the country to a standstill. The cars, our carriages to the airport, had disappeared under two silent mounds of white. We walked in past long cues of tired people leaning on overloaded trolleys.
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