Travel Blogs from Nairobi
Ich merke, dass ich mittlerweile schon ganz gut Übung habe, im allein sein in der Fremde und dass ich viel besser zurecht komme mit all den Gefühlen und neuen Eindrücken, die dann so auf einen einprasseln.
Nairobi liegt relativ hoch auf 1600m, bissl dünnere Luft und Nachts ist es auf jeden Fall ziemlich viel kälter als tagsüber. Das Leben findet hier hinter Elektro- ...
... behavior, and for us all to discuss it afterwards.
For lunch at Kaizora today, we had pilau. Pilau was a rice dish with lamb, a lot of vegetables and a mix of spices - it was very good! They have this sauce here that they call "jelly" - it looks like sweet and sour sauce but tastes more like ketchup...it's pretty good!
After Kaizora today, we went to Pooja's house because it was ...
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Service be our earnest endeavour,
And our Homeland of Kenya,
Heritage of splendour,
... much better prices and for 1000 shillings we got a sandwich, a drink, and fries.
After lunch we headed to Lake Naivasha for a boat ride. The company was called Cresent Island Boat Cruise Compant and for 3500 shillings total we got to go on a boat ride We saw lots of birds including storks, cormorants, kingfishers, pelicans, cranes, ducks, geese, but the highlight was the hippos. Our boat guide was cautious to not get us too close, ...
... that we are their to empower these children, keep them safe and off the streets and if we don't act as role models to arrive on time ourselves, how can we send them home for being late................................... it all went a little quiet and i made the decision that all children will be spoken to if they are late but they would all be welcome because this Easter Project is about the kids having fun.
Once all the kids were in class the Ops Manager Seth and ...