Sandavy Guest House - Kilimani
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... in I still had a difficult time waking up in the morning. I still woke up with enough time to do my meditation, then I headed into the shower. I started the shower to allow the water to warm up first. It takes about 2 minutes for hot water to start flowing. Unfortunately the power wasn't working in the morning. All the camps are run off of generators. Maybe someone forgot to fill the gas tank. But that was okay. Once I opened a few of ...
... EVERY day. I had some one in my tent for both tours who snored. That made the last week very expensive cos I had to upgrade to get some sleep. People who snore should have some consideration and pay the single supplement.
Africa, to me, is all about animals and people. We didn't get enough animals and there was no interaction with the locals.
The animals are all pretty much habituated. I got within 3mtr of a ...
... t want to travel just to travel, I wanted the experience to have an affect on my everyday life. I think that the trip to Kenya was the perfect fit for this, providing me with both an opportunity to immerse myself in a different culture and fulfill my need for adventure. I was able to put myself in someone else's shoes and try to view the world and their community from their perspective. I have come out of the trip with a new found appreciation for not only the culture of Kenya but our own.
came back to the injection room, swinging the guy’s hand, and said, “His tendon
is Kaput.” They guy appeared to be in pain, and he was going to feel even more
pain, since his hand required surgery.
After a short day at the hospital we were picked up to go home. Once we arrived, all the hospital volunteers changed from their scrubs to go to the store to buy supplies for the weekend, safari weekend at Maasai Mara Sopa ...
... there. There were only 5 boys there. It was 10:30 already so we got started with the lesson which was oral health! The students knew quite a bit, but we taught them some new things too. We handed out toothbrushes, which they loved! We played some games and then talked about confidence. All of the students talk so quietly it is hard to hear them. We talked about why confidence is important, and how to give a confident ...