Address: Kenyatta Avenue & Muindi Mbigu Street, Nairobi, 00100, Kenya | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kenyatta Avenue & Muindi Mbigu Street, Nairobi, is near National Archives, Baboons & Vervits, River Road, and Hyrax Hill Prehistoric Site.
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Travel Blogs from Nairobi

Nairobi Tented Camp and National Park

A travel blog entry by c.rachelj on Jul 03, 2015

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... as bachelors. The female cub will stay with the pride. Nairobi Safari Walk That was a big boardwalk winding around open enclosures. I was escorted by a lovely young guide called Frank who was extremely knowledgeable. He helped me see the leopard up the tree as well as the lioness sitting in a tree. I never knew ...

The end of the safari

A travel blog entry by kenyafindemily on May 24, 2015

... over. Tomorrow we will go on our final safari in Nairobi National Park and then stop at the Sheldrick Elephant Sanctuary (yes, I am beyond excited!) before heading to the airport for our flight out of Nairobi at 10:25 PM.

I can't believe it is almost time to go back to Minnesota. It am both sad and ecstatic - I have so many mixed feelings about so many things. The trip also went by so fast! I can't believe I've been gone for two weeks. Right now I think I am struggling ...

A Visit to Karen Academy

A travel blog entry by cubm on Mar 04, 2015

19 comments, 11 photos

... open fires in a smoke-filled "kitchen" area. They worked hard to be a blessing to us and to the children.

When we got there, the team had set up a sound system, donated by Sue Kantz. The children greeted us and we sang for them one of the two Swahili songs we know. Then we went to work, or play as it is, and rotated the children through the various teams. Videos are attached in which you can see the ...

The next journey

A travel blog entry by megwilson on Oct 17, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... chat with them all and am now super tired! My last few days with GoMAD were incredible, as all the others, and I was very sad to be leaving. Hopefully I'll be able to venture back there at some point- god willing! But thank god I've arrived safely and things are going smoothly No signs of Ebola here yet ...

Clashing Civilizations: Brits, Tribes, and Islam

A travel blog entry by alleifer on Jul 24, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... is a good example. It's borders were set by the British in 1900 when they built the railroad. At the time there were 2 million people from 42 different tribes, speaking different languages. Britain was trying to secure the headwaters of the Nile River, by establishing their rule over Lake Victoria, the second largest lake in the world. They also establish Christianity as the religion and English as the taught language. We go to the railway museum to learn the history. Sir ...

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