Aberdare Country Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Aberdare National Park
... about 4 hours late for the party in full drag - turns out he'd gone to the gym and swimming pool in the hotel first.....- took over the running of the bar, and then proceeded total over the DJ'ing of the music - did a really good job as well. The lads had a great time dancing with their swirling skirts - especially Adrian. Quite missed having one myself to twirl. There will be a few thick heads tomorrow, or should I say, later today.......
... Nyaga and the production manager, Harry Rono. Both coffee and tea are large cash crops for the mountain areas of Kenya but coffee has a better global recognition. Most of the tea is sold at auction in bulk by grade and is blended and labeled by international firms like Lipton’s. The company has started to private label their own brand of premium tea. Their business card also says they are the Kenyan Tea Development Agency Ltd.
Today is my first day off since my last entry. Work has been really full on, what with moving from LAB(E) back to NSG. It's amazing what you find when you go through the stuff that your predecessor has left behind and find out that they have been bluffing it for the last month! Never mind just more to get my teeth into. Today I think I will start on my tan as it's a lovely morning the sun is out and the view from my window this morning is breath taking (see ...
... that we saw a black rhino and two wide rhinos, who were running through a big mud puddle. They use mud as insect repellent. Later we drove to another refuge where a blind black rhino named Barack is held. We got to feed him and touch him. On the drive back we came across two lionesses and a black faced monkey and velvet monkeys. We saw lots of baboons, gazelles and lots of other things we see everyday-every day - imagine! ...
Alarms rung at 7 am, it was time to get ready. At 8 Speck was by the car and by 8:10 Caroline was onboard and the first cow was being shooed from the Way. The drive to Nanyuki was so swift they Daniel stopped at the corporation shops that Mr. Kimathi had invested in, and the three of them had a wonderful breakfast of tea (Kenyan style with milk and sugar), doughnut, mandazi, and a plate of chips and sausage. This really hit the spot and it was with eagerness ...