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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 …
... pay $200. Daniel came up with an excused that he was early, but lost all the time checking in at the wrong terminal that was not his mistake. So the manager looking down at his computer made changes not even thinking twice. Giving Dan a ticket the receipt for the ticket, we had to hold back the laughter. We went out with a sign of relief and managed to put smiles on our face, just like pregnant women when they give birth they forget the pain they went through.
... through. I walked right over to the baggage belt and waited for my luggage. It was only then that the immigration man started waving me over. I panicked. I was afraid that he would question my "Nairobi Hotel" insertion. He just wanted to re-write my receipt. Fair enough. My bag was one of the first ones out because of the Amman transfer. I walked out of customs and saw my driver waiting for me, as promised. He barely had time to pull out his sign. I was the first ...
... have a look.
Afterward, Lar and I went for a walk near the lake and around the grassy meadow. We saw a baby waterbuck that had just been born, and a dik dik (unfortunately, no pics of that guy because he was really fast! Just think really small deer).
Then we decided to go horseback riding. That was fun even if not really a very "African" sort of thing. We saw the zebras and waterbuck and were able to enjoy the tranquility of the area.
... It was a time of reflection and appreciation for what has taken place as well. I have learned a great deal about their culture and how they live their life that it is almost a blessing in disguise. Understanding their way of life put things into perspective in mine and helped to promote a better appreciation of what I have.
When we arrived on sight for the school placement, it was similar to an ordinary affair. We went into the church, where ...
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