Sandavy Guest House - Kilimani
Travel Blogs from Nairobi
... tired and very hungry. On the bright side, it is not hot in Nairobi so that's a plus.
At long last we wearily made it to the window with the name of our hotel. The man at the counter said, "Jambo, how was your trip?" I think I might have cried a little.
Traffic on the way to the Intercontinental Hotel was, well, there is no other way to describe it--- hellish. I understand now why the Kenyans have the number 1 rate of traffic accidents in the world. ...
... to pick up bodies. There were a lot of people surrounding the mortuary, so we just stood by and watched from a far.
We went to the pharmacy next, where I recorded prescriptions in the record book, while Paul, the pharmacist got the drugs ready. Our conversation went as fallows.
"You have a boyfriend?", he asked.
“Don’t want one”
... explain how it was genetically impossible. Anyway. We ate mondozies and were on our way. I honestly don’t think anyone has talked with them about this stuff before. They hold such high Christian values, that I think it’s overlooked. They assume the kids will just wait to have sex until they are married. While that is a great thing, its important to teach them what to be prepared for if one doesn’t wait for marriage. ...
... was like a craft show gone wild. It was a lot to handle with everyone trying to get you to look at their handmade goods. It was a good thing that I knew what I was looking for (for the most part). The people always listed ridiculously high prices for their goods and then you would haggle with them until you got a price you found was fair. The Kenyans also love to swap things such as pens, water bottles, accessories, and gum for some of their goods! ...
... br> treated, they would save the medications, since they were never really sick and
do not need it. The "frauds" would then have an idea of what disease causes which
symptoms. After that they would make their own “clinic” and diagnose patients
based on the info they have.
After placement at the clinic was
over, we said our goodbyes, and decided to take a walk around the neighborhood,
since we weren't scheduled to be picked up until another ...