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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Ark Aberdare National Park
We start by having lunch at an old English style place that reminds us of the RACV in Healsville. Then on to the Ark.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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September 16, 2014
Abardares National Park: The Ark
Before leaving Nyeri, Wambui had arranged for us to visit a local tea factory. She also suggested a coffee plantation but since we are tea drinkers we chose tea. (Although we have been drinking coffee and enjoying it). We passed through the gates of the Gathuthi Tea Factory and were …
We were collected by lovely Patricia and Charles (our driver for the next week) at the airport and driven to the Eka Hotel not far from the Airport. This is a 4,5 star modern hotel with all the trimmings. I just got to our room and I made it to the loo. Somewhere I have picked up a bug and suddenly I had a temperature, physical exhaustion, diarrhea …
... were not trying to peddle rented mountain bikes on the dusty, rocky road. No one seemed to be smiling as much as we were.
Dropping off our hired guide we were bound for Lake Naivasha to stay at Dea’s Garden Guest House. We were so pleased to find the beautiful gardens surrounding Dea’s great home. We were greetedby Joseph, her all around handy man. After showing us the great upstairs restroom with a stunning view of ...
... experience's to share.
2:38a and I'm not doing much better than last night... I've got to get better at this.
Couple points to additionally mention:
- Internet is far worse that I could have ever imagined. I've been fighting for hours to get these blogs posted.
- There isn't enough UMPH in the internet to download a single photo :( So I'll continue to try, but I likely won't add them until I arrive ...
... from HIV with a mentally ill son. He greeted us warmly, and asked to pray with us. Despite the tremendous suffering he’s experienced during his life, he prayed that God would bless the strangers in his house, retaining his strong Christian faith. He’d been receiving help from the feeding centre for 3 years, and worked to support himself through tailoring and farming.
We then met a dad trying to support his mentally ill wife (we suspect she ...