Southern Sun Mayfair Nairobi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... waiting for the convoy with Obama to drive past!! Ahh so annoying! We ended up being late for our Intrepid meeting which was supposed to start at 6pm but it turned out to be ok!! We met most of our group, most Aussies but a couple from Canada and a man from the US. There is only 10 people on this part of the tour (about 2weeks) which should be fun!! Can't wait to get started in the morning, very ...
I was meant to wake up at 5:15am but somehow slept through my alarm and woke to my hotel room phone ringing. "You've forgotten your own schedule" Gerry said down the phone. At first I thought it was a prank call until I realised it was her and asked her what the time was. "6:21am" she answered. I told her I'd get ready quickly and be down as soon as I could. I got dressed, out make up on and packed my day bag before racing to the breakfast buffet ...
... that my cousin got engaged. The same one that I dreamed about a month previous. I was very happy for her. That now leaves me as the last one to either be engaged or have a baby. My time has to come. Laura came in from her morning gym session and we chatted for a bit. I told her that I changed my flight and I let her know the reasons why. I still can't talk about the breakup without crying. It's been months. My heart definitely knows something that my head is ...
... got to know some amazing other travelers.
---We realized many things are relative. Not absolute. Including what we believe we can do, what we think is correct and what we believe is true.
---Our world opened up even more than expected.
---Comfort is not as important as experiencing.
---Cultures are just as much the same as they are ...
... at the screen and tried to translate this 2 dimensional diagram into reality. More discussion in Kiswahili. Finally Daniel, my driver decided he had enough to go on. We started out taking back streets toward the center of Nairobi. After several times turning around and asking directions, he finally called the office and the employee was able to give him a landmark he knew well. "Ah-ha!" he said loudly. Now he knew where he was going. It was near a ...