Kigio Wildlife Camp

overlooking the Malewa River, Gilgil, Kenya | 3 star campground
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This 3 star campground is located on overlooking the Malewa River, Gilgil.
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    Travel Blogs from Gilgil

    Lake Nakuru

    A travel blog entry by gsdraper on Jun 25, 2014

    1 comment, 29 photos

    ... to Swahili dictionary that Owen desperately wanted. He asked for 2000 shillings, about $23. Talked him down to 150. Lunch at Sarova Lion Hill, a very nice resort. Then a game drive at Lake Nakuru where we saw many birds, giraffe and then lions! Arrived at Lake Elementeita tented camp for the night. This place is incredible, beautiful tents with very fancy canopied beds and by far the best showers we have seen, a great view of the lake, and wonderful ...

    Tenwek Hospital

    A travel blog entry by brittbmw3 on Jun 10, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... me everything she knew about the Bible. It was wonderful to hear about her faith. We spent time talking in English and Swahili and she kept joking about pouring water on my head (she was joking that it was my birthday and according to her its tradition to pour water on the birthday persons head). She whispered to me that people were staring at us. I looked up and she was right! The whole room was staring at us. I whispered back that it was ...

    Fight or Flight

    A travel blog entry by masonken on May 04, 2014

    3 photos

    ... so the Flamingos were not as prevalent as usual and they did not cover the lake in pink like everyone has been telling us they do. It was still awesome.

    We went up to "Baboon Lookout" where we stopped to take pictures of the view. Many others were there looking at the view and eating lunch. All of the sudden a baboon came up the hill jumped over a fence and went into a car that had its windows down and took their trash. Well, he wasn’t happy with that alone. So we ...

    Week One - I've come home!

    A travel blog entry by hebejean on Apr 23, 2014

    1 comment

    Arriving in Gilgil again was absolutely fantastic! All the children recognised me, and it seemed as if everyone was really happy that I was back. Harry said the children were very excited to know that I was coming! I slipped back into the old routine very easily, and it felt so normal. Sitting with them all at lunch was lovely - one of the staff members called Eric (who I taught with in September) came into the dining hall when I was there and said "hey Harry who is ...

    Hiking is a lot harder in Africa.

    A travel blog entry by anniexf on Apr 19, 2014

    9 photos

    ... d be hoping for a 30 year-old chest pain rule out or one of the other BS admissions we always get at Truman? The first was a 20-something year old kid with septic venous sinus thrombosis. Yup. Up To Date says that most physicians will only see one or two of these in their entire career, and there’s only been 200 cases reported in the English literature. But he actually got an MRI before he was admitted, so I know for sure about the cavernous ...