Kilome Mineral Water

Mineral water in dry ukambani? I would have also doubted until I moved around with locals during dry seasons.
Some areas in Kenya are wet most of the year thereby providing running streams or rivers for life to continue, however in drier regions nature has provided a solution. Drier regions reserve their waters in sands and underground aquifers that slowly release the water in the form of springs filtered through porous rocks.


Its release can be slow but consistant and where protected by communities this water has a very unique taste!
*(Should kilome’s  residents bottle ‘kilome’s spring waters’ fortified  with natural sweatness of kilomes mineral rocks?)
Journeys to these springs can also be adventurous to both those drawing water and to the animals accompanying them 🙂 

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