Coral Palm Beach Hotel

Address: Shanzu, 81443, Kenya | 4 star hotel
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      Update with the LCC orphanage

      A travel blog entry by ahubs10 on Nov 03, 2014

      6 comments, 35 photos

      ... in some negative way. The other part has the child acknowledge the positive aspects of life and instill a positive future. Along this path we also teach coping strategies :) Now this is impossible to actually do in one session but talking through the circle diagram and having them draw on it is an interactive way to gauge where the child is at emotionally and learn more about their life.
      Today was the first time going through it with a boy who is 9 and was physically abused by ...

      Kenya Volunteering

      A travel blog entry by ami.cobb on Aug 01, 2014

      ... so I taught 4 kids around 3rd-4th grade. Nancy, the teacher, as well as one of the live in faculty, has around 12 of the El Shadai kids while the rest are either too young or too old to attend her school. When volunteers aren't there to help her teach the older ones, kids ranging from grade 1-4 are learning in the same classroom. Because of this situation, I saw that the kids were behind in their studies compared to their age class, and I found that teaching them math ...

      T.I.A - This is Africa

      A travel blog entry by alura on Jul 12, 2014

      5 photos

      ... is, their peak hour seems to last all day. That's ok, you can multitask while you wait. You can do your daily grocery top up as vendors casually wander through traffic selling their goods, anything from fruit and veggies to hats, car chargers and soccer balls. Again lanes and road rules mean very little here just inch forward, sideways and any other way you can get. Where there is room for 3 cars there is bound to be room for one more. Another thing to notice is the cattle and ...

      CSI: Kenya Edition

      A travel blog entry by tfranklin810 on May 14, 2014

      1 comment

      ... mandazis, which are basically a warm triangular pastry with just a little bit of sugar. They were delicious! A community health worker from the local clinic came in and informed us about her work and the clinic’s work with cases of TB in the area. Mary and six other community health workers are responsible for looking after about 1000 houses in the area. They spend three days a week in the community and two days a week in the clinic, all time being devoted to ...


      A travel blog entry by tfranklin810 on May 06, 2014


      ... and keep the books. It turns out that Pauline really loves my handwriting so I pretty much have earned the title as the designated bookkeeper while I am helping her in the outpatient portion of the hospital. I don't mind it though, I actually think it's cool to be able to see the statistics of all the cases that the emergency room has seen that day and the meds that have been administered. Before we knew it one o' clock rolled around and Paul (our driver) was at the hospital to pick ...