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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 …
... I broke down and started crying. A full-on ugly cry. I had to cover my face with the blanket. I didn't want Laura's housecleaner to hear me. I cried for a good couple minutes or so until I didn't feel the tears coming anymore. Maybe I really needed that emotional release. I have not committed to a full cry in a long time. Maybe I was releasing the things I no longer wanted in my life. I am leaving them here in Africa. As far away from me as I could possibly be again. Maybe ...
... was terrible as nearly always in Nairobi. It took us an hour to reach our hotel, where we checked in around 3:00 pm.
The news from my travel agent was not good. Kenya Airways had never informed them of the schedule change. The agent was going to communicate with Air Mauritius and asked them for at least a partial refund for us and rebooking for the flight on Thursday, there would be no flight on Wednesday. We were supposed to have two and half ...
... 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.
... and say our goodbyes. We
were able to buy many items that the hospital needed thanks to C.A.R.S. auto
repair, Scott Mol Drywall Inc., Consolidated Drywall Inc., and many others who
contributed to help the Kenyan people get the medical care that they need. We
would not have been able to do it without you all.
Thank you all for reading my blog; it’s nice to be
able to share my experiences here in Kenya with you all. Talk to you soon,
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