Olive Resort

Mama Ngina Street, Naivasha, 1344-20177, Kenya | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Naivasha

Volunteering in Kenya

A travel blog entry by rogersgapyear


... the outskirts of the slum metropolis by night. An AK-47 wielding Policeman flagged us down at a routine check, inspected my Passport, found no problems with the vehicle and then proceeded to ask for a bribe in order to let us through. After a long conversation in Kiswahili with Michael he let us through without taking the bribe. I suppose when you carry an assault rifle for a living you get used to people giving you money for no reason. We were searching around for a hotel room in ...

It's really here. My last day in Kijabe.

A travel blog entry by anniexf


... on antiretrovirals as an outpatient, once the HIV team sees him and makes sure he has the support structure to continue the medications. The nurse had to spoonfeed him when he was admitted, now he’s walking the halls with impunity. More importantly, he didn’t die. Awesome.

Let’s see… what else did we see on rounds today? The meningitis guy is finally improving now that we’ve started ...

Case report! Nope, it's just CHF.

A travel blog entry by anniexf


... you’re going to die. They way they annoy these animals I’m sure they’re not on super friendly terms with humans. I’m ready to go. The guide gives me back my camera and we pry Patricia away from the fence. I step on some uneven rocks and am about to reach out to steady myself when I suddenly remember the fence is electrified and snatch my hand back. Let’s get out of here.

The guide leads us out, and ...

Fred and pediatric case reports

A travel blog entry by anniexf


... out of his head. I’m reminded of Zimbabwe where they didn’t have neurosurgery and there were a bunch of kids there we called the “hydrokef” kids, for hydrocephalus (too much fluid on the brain). If this fluid isn’t drained the head just expands and expands and they have these huge heads… it’s so sad. I assisted the general surgeon there with replacing one kid’s VP shunt that kept ...

Hiking is a lot harder in Africa.

A travel blog entry by anniexf


... br> And tomorrow we get to go see rhino! The best part about tomorrow, though, is that I don’t set foot in the hospital! I get a little sad when I look at the calendar and realize it’s my last day off for 2 weeks, until the day I go home. I can do this. Two more weeks. Halfway through as of today. I got this. It’s gonna be great. I’m going to stop psyching myself up and just dream of rhinoceri tonight. I’ll worry about Tuesday’s call ...


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TripAdvisor Reviews Olive Resort Naivasha

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding