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ideas on geography

By living in New York, I haven't learned a great deal about what it means to be a kenyan in New York. What I have learned is that my taste buds can take almost anything thrown to it. And for this, I can give credit to the monotonous dietary restrictions of four years in high school. Thus, everything seems a little more delicious than the faded memories of secondary school. The landscape here is hard to describe with the many layers that New York occupies. The physicality of the city possesses monoliths as well as cities within the city, that enables one to see a large and fair enough representation of different cultures of the world crammed into this single spot on earth. Once I tried decoding a conversation in French of the couple who was walking behind me. At other times, I think my ears have either tuned back to some home frequency or i have some severe form of home sickness as I sort of hear kikuyu  or  kamba  or Luo  words here and there. I then turn around, and examine m

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