Southern Sun Mayfair Nairobi
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... when it opened for 11am. We were told to make our way over to a blanket which was hanging, which we did. We waited a while and before long tiny baby elephants began running over towards us. The keepers fed them large bottles of milk while they snuggled into the blanket which acted as a comforter. They were adorable! Except for when an older elephant pushed a tiny baby over. The sound that came from him was horrible. Just ...
... colorful earrings. The landscape we passed was beautiful. From pure African plains through rocky mountainsides and the African savannah. Didn't spot any big mammals though. Only couple of ostriches, baboons, camels and birds! At 6:17 pm I crossed the equator! For the first time in my life I was actually driving into the Southern Hemisphere. We were getting close to Nairobi. The city is on an elevation and one could feel the cold. I'm guessing ...
... and giving them facts about the spread and causes of prostate, breast, and cervical cancers. There were several myths that the MPH students helped to combat, like if cancer was spread person to person, and if a mother could "feed" cancer to her baby through breastfeeding.
The teachers are getting really involved in the discussions too. We think it's partially because they actually need the information for themselves ...
... and rocks everywhere, so walking is a struggle.
On the way to Wema clinic, the
van broke down in the sewer system, otherwise known as the middle of the
street, so we had to walk the rest of the way. Lucky enough we were very close.
Once we arrived, I noticed there were many people waiting outside, and one kid
was dancing. He was pointing and swinging his hips, back and forth with the
music in his head, full on Michael Jackson mode, I wondered about ...
... took about a half hour and since it was dark it was difficult to see most of the city. I was however, able to see some of the larger buildings in Nairobi, while we drove I was impressed to see the unique architecture. Nairobi itself is very nice and well developed compared to most of the country. It has casinos , shopping malls, hotels, and the likes. Most of the trip was spent taking a paved road, but closer to Kaikuyu (where the volunteer house is) it was a ...