Sandavy Guest House - Kilimani

Address: Ndemi Close, Ndemi Rd, Nairobi, 15006-00100, Kenya | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Kilimani Estate area of Nairobi, is near Bomas of Kenya, Nairobi Education Centre - Animal Orphanage, Nairobi Arboretum, and Snake Park.
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      Between three continents

      A travel blog entry by besomeone on Jan 19, 2015

      3 photos

      ... rushing and drove to the local shop in order to print my boarding pass. I knew that I couldn’t be as relaxed whilst travelling back to New York, I daren’t miss a flight, I couldn’t as my visa for the US expires on the 20th. Whilst I pilled my bags into the car and said my goodbyes, there were about 15 live chickens tied up near the car. When I enquired it happened that they needed to be dropped off to ...

      Thanksgiving Day

      A travel blog entry by merrillh on Oct 13, 2014

      ... government stopped the serving of wild game in restaurants in 2004 but we did get to try crocodile and ostrich meatballs plus pork, chicken, beef and lamb. Not everyone tried the ox balls or chicken gizzards but no-one left hungry�� Got to the hotel around 9 and went to bed as our transfer back to the airport is at 5:30 a.m. to miss the traffic and ensure we catch our 8:00 a.m. flight to Lusaka and Victoria ...

      We are off to see Kenya

      A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 12, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... were swarming towards the other Bandas. Lunch was really good. We learn that we could anticipate hot water in the evening and again in the morning when the boilers are warmed up with firewood, we should conserve the solar energy and generators operated when required until 10 PM. Oh, there is a waterfall somewhere behind the Banda and we could hire a guide to take us on a “nature hike” through the woods. Since we didn’t want ...

      I'm going to miss you Paul

      A travel blog entry by yarisegura on May 14, 2014

      ... I always wake up in a terrible mood afterwards. While outside, I finished reading my book “We’ll always have summer” and to my surprise contained a good ending for the entire trilogy.

      Later that nightt, for dinner, we had the worst, or at least the meal I hate the most, even though others don’t feel the same way. The lady made cinnamon rice, cabbage and avocado salad. I only ate two ...

      Drugs and Environment

      A travel blog entry by masonken on May 09, 2014

      3 photos

      ... s difficult to preach to them about how they should be drinking clean water and not burning their trash when they don’t have a lot of resources. So we decided to do a needs assessment or survey instead. We split the group into smaller groups so we could each talk to about 6 students. I asked questions like: Where do you get your water from? Where do you put your trash? Do you drink rainwater? Do you boil your water?

      The answers were very interesting. ...