Bermuda Garden Hotel Nairobi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... full of information that is often out of date almost as soon as it is written. Several of the "overlanding" crew quote these sites as though they were the tablets given to Moses. Just like over informative guide books these sites have taken much of the mystery out of the travel experience. Part of the fun, for me at least, it NOT knowing what is up the road by way of accommodation, food, attractions etc and actually having to engage with local people to find out ...
... qualities of the land with friends! Our morning was spent in Ngong, looking around the markets and having morning tea at a nice little cafe. We were trying to find a toy for Olli (the kitten) because he's so playful! We found a bus to catch to Karen and were waiting to leave, when a guy came up to my window. I won't go into detail but the signals he made at me caused Dad to knock on the window and indicate him to get lost. The man next to him couldn't ...
- Today we met with Jackton and other community members in Mbita. We discussed the community and issues that people here deal with. Malaria is something that many people deal with on a regular basis. HIV is also very common In this community. There is a great deal of stigma surrounding this issue. People often are afraid to get tested or to tell people they are positive. There is ...
... work by 9am, picking up your kid from school by 3pm...I wonder how work and family are constructed here in Kenya. I thought I'd write more about the lack of infrastructure to allow something like to this to happen, and when I reflect on it, it's more about the social and cultural climate of Kenya. This is what I hope to learn more about over the next 2 ...
The team departed the hotel early this morning, heading to the Kangemi section of Nairobi to be with the saints at Harvest Centre International Fellowship. This has become an annual event as Pastor John preaches in both services after he introduces the team. The Centre meets in a metal building and, by the end of the second service, there were a lot of heavy eyelids due to the ...