From Kenya to Europe: My Story

The cover page of the book ‘From Kenya to Europe: My Story’ by Grace Ndiritu

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The grass is not all that green out there in Europe

What you need to know:

  • Those who travel to foreign lands at times have to weigh their options and revisit their learned behaviour.
  • One is sometimes forced to unlearn some of the cultures and beliefs she was raised with. 

The cliché that the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence remains quite relevant when talking about thousands of migrants – forced or voluntary – who dare cross the oceans, hide in the landing gears of planes or simply travel to Europe, Asia or America in search of a better life.


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