Southern Sun Mayfair Nairobi
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... government stopped the serving of wild game in restaurants in 2004 but we did get to try crocodile and ostrich meatballs plus pork, chicken, beef and lamb. Not everyone tried the ox balls or chicken gizzards but no-one left hungry Got to the hotel around 9 and went to bed as our transfer back to the airport is at 5:30 a.m. to miss the traffic and ensure we catch our 8:00 a.m. flight to Lusaka and Victoria ...
What an amazing day! Started with Breakfast at the buffet. Our driver Sammy picked us up still 10:00 and drive us to the elephant orphange. Get a little bit outside the business district and Nairobi changes into something unlike anything in the US. Traffic is chaotic, lanes are inspirational only. Pedestrians step into the street seemingly at random. Pedestrians aren't the only hazards--watch out for the herd of cattle grazing ...
... a confidence building activity that I suggested we do. I used it in my girls group when I worked for the mediation center. It is called "Got your back". First, each student taped a piece of paper onto his or her backs. Every student then took a crayon and wrote one nice thing about one another on the papers. Mary, Tempest, Erik and I had a paper on our back, as did the AHS students. They were laughing and loved it.
After we were finished, we had ...
... gastric tube down a little babies nose to his stomach, so the mother could feed her baby, because he was not big enough to breast feed.
After we did that we had heard that a lady was having a C-section soon, so we asked if we would be able to observe and the nurse took us to the theatre (operating room). We had to change our shoes and then they told us that the doctor would only let one of us in to watch. So Yari went to go change her clothes ...
... no matter how small, in this place. I don't feel bad for the people of Kenya. They live a happy life! And oh do they love Jesus Christ. Only when there are comparisons made does it looks so bad. They are doing the best with what they have. Throwing no pitty parties for themselves...I really respect that. I love this place. I can't wait to bring my husband and girls here so we can always appreciate and lend a helping hand. It's our ...