Filmmakers in Makueni county
The long travel from Nyandarua to Makueni was tiring.The team left Nyandarua at around 9.00am .It was raining so the luggage on top of the bus carrier had to be covered from rain. The county officials who were following the 2 buses from behind in a county double cabin car did not want to take chances.They could occasionally call Samuel oluoko updating him on the progress regarding time and distance.Mercy Ngotho,the PR nd Communications manager for GPAY kept the communication alive with the officials of Makueni county who were waiting for the team. After nine hours of a winding trip, the team finally landed in Wote Town,the administrative capital town of Makueni County.Here the county arranged for accommodation at Makueni Girl’s secondary school.Again the team arrived with the rain at some minutes past 9.00am
Filmmakers in Mombasa county
The trip to Mombasa County was widely anticipated by participants.This is because of the fact that this is the only county in the program that has coastal beaches on the Indian Ocean .They already knew that soon they will have fun filming at the beach and swimming as the enjoy the breeze that the ocean had to offer. The long journey commenced at around 8.45 am after everyone boarded the 2 school buses that the county government of Makueni provided . After 8 hours of travel, the team finally arrived at the coastal city of Mombasa. The venue of accommodation was at Mombasa Secondary School for the Physically Handicapped in Bamburi. The weather here was too hot, something which quickly prompted the team to switch to their summer wears.