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TravelPod Member ReviewsTerminal Hotel Nairobi
It was a fine hotel.
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February 15, 2008
The driver tried to get little Miss henna ankles to go to a hotel room with him last night but she refused and stayed in the cab, which resulted in him banging the side of the truck and yelling "F__ you" in English. We assumed he slept in the back on the load, or maybe he didn't sleep at all because we …
... seeing. I was originally going to get to Arusha or Moshi and hire a company upon arrival, but then decided to change my mind and hire a company before heading out. The shuttle from Nairobi to Moshi would get there around 5pm, but that's assuming traffic is well. Since we negotiated with a couple of companies the day before I decided to just pick one and head out. That way my hotel in Moshi is taken care of, and as a bonus the shuttle from Nairobi to Moshi is ...
... the honors of sitting in the very front seat in between our driver Anthony and our host Robyn. I had realized how scary and crazy driving is here but it is another thing to see how many close calls there are while we drive. It was a bit nerve racking and I am so thankful I am not the one driving here. While we were driving to one of the slums (there are many here) we saw a huge bird that looks like a flamingo/blue herring mix called a Marabu storks. They were HUGE! We went into one ...
... him that one didn't make me happy. He asked which one did and I pointed to the tallest one. Without hesitation he climbed to the back of his booth and pulled it out. I gave him the $1,000, three little coins, my hair tie and we high-fived. Deal! And we took a photo together, because he literally made my day. The giraffe was going for about $5-6,000 everywhere else.
The students were on a roll at the market today too. They came with little money but lots ...
... places like streams or wells. This water is by no means safe to drink and so all the water that is collected must be boiled and or treated. Treated water is purified with what is referred to as Safeguard. This is a liquid which is put into water to kill bacteria so that it is safe for dinking. In some cases, rain water is collected and used for things like cleaning clothes and cooking. Acid rain is a problem here and so using this type of water for drinking is hazardous for ...
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