Southern Sun Mayfair Nairobi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We left Kijabe at 4pm and its 5:30pm and I'm here in Nairobi now! Tomorrow morning I leave here at 5:30am! Then my flight leaves at 8am and I'll be on my way to Entebbe, Uganda! ------------ I had dinner in my room, and I'm getting ready to sleep! Early morning ...
We can't believe that our flight back home is tomorrow! The time has flown by and none of us are ready to leave yet. Leaving the people will be very hard because we have formed a bond with many. The staff at Oloolua are all so wonderful! Ruth, Isaac, William, Judy, Batman, Hassan and many more of the people who were a part of the past two weeks will never be forgotten. I am already looking forward to travelling around Africa to help the orphanages and visit ...
... the trips we have had.all in all l want to say thank you. Victor: I am Very Happy for the Support Lois And Robert are giving Me. First Of all, I Would Like to congratulate them for having taken along With me to a safari in Amboselli. I am very excited because I have been able to come across many animals that I had never seen. These animals includes elephants, giraffe, lion and the grant gazelle. Thank you for the ...
... often, to my annoyance, was famous in town for it. Children, and sometimes adults, would yell "mzungu, mzungu!!" in excitement, followed by a hand grab, shake, high five, wave, or in the worst circumstance, grabbed by a man in a moving vehicle (yup that happened). And I mean, this was everywhere and everyday on my walk to the orphanage about 10 minutes away from my home stay. I never thought I would dislike this so much, but I guess I'm just a person who likes to be unnoticed. ...
... which I think is rather lovely! After some lunch at Natalie's lovely little cottage, we headed off to go riding in the Ngong Hills, on the outskirts of Nairobi. It was a lovely ride, mostly through a forest. We didn't see anyway wildlife, though I was told leopard live there but "don't worry they don't attack horses" I was told, definitely an incentive to stay on! After riding we went back to the elephant orphanage to put them to bed!! ...