Sandavy Guest House - Kilimani
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... there. The 15 baby's left and another group of 14 came older elephants came. One baby is 4 months old and fell down a well and is injured so doesn't do the public viewing. Oliver and I left after seeing the last group of elephants and looked in the shop. I bought a small purple elephant and bracelet as a gift. Philip drove us to Mumba Village for lunch but the buffet wasn't ready and the only vegetarian on the set menu was rice so we asked him if ...
Whilst driving back we stopped off at an ATM in a shopping mall to get some more Kenyan Shillings. There was security getting into the car park with guards checking passengers and boots of vehicles. I (Pete) also had to have a pat down before entering the mall. We got onto the topic of safety with Chris. He mentioned how the police don't have the money and resources, apparently if you need the police you sometimes need to drive to pick ...
... would even lift the lid of the lunch boxes, which was sitting right next to the girl and grad her partners piece of car. Then after got inside the vehicle to grab the oranges that people left for later. A little lunchtime entertainment. After lunch we headed for the Amboseli lookout, along the way passed an airstrip. Not many tourist planes fly in, apart from the private ones. I climbed the lookout to see this amazing view. ...
... center. But we also got to look at their school books and see what they had been working on. The age range was probably from four to thirteen. Is it hard to tell ages here because children tend to look younger and smaller then kids in the states. They sang to us and then one girl sang a song about joy to us all by herself. It was one of the most beautiful songs I have ever heard and it touched each of us. I could have stayed in that sweaty, cramped, lovely school all day. I ...
... up text books to donate to the school tomorrow. I'm all packed up, and ready to head back to the states. Tomorrow we'll go to the hospital and give donations, go to the school for a party and to give donations, come back to the house to grab our luggage and head to the airport! Thank you to all of you that have followed my journey. I'll be writing one more blog tomorrow about my last day in Kenya!