Nairobi, 4649500100, Kenya | Hotel

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Farewell to Placements

A travel blog entry by drbrew-gvsu


... seem entirely too heavy for them to pull, the ladies carrying items on their heads, babies peering out from behind their mothers backs tied by fabric, honking matatus, people running across the busy highway and jumping the median, run down buildings, rickety vegetable stands, tea fields, whole slabs of animals hanging in the windows of the never-ending butchery storefronts, sheep and cows grazing along the roads looking for food, the little baby black goat I admired daily who ...


A travel blog entry by buczkoer

... with chapatti. Definitely a great way to show thanks and what I thought was going to conclude an already amazing last day. This however, was an understatement for what was planned before we departed.

Right before we were about to leave, we were asked to stay for a few more minutes. The following event is one that I will never forget and made for the best lasting impression one could have ever asked for. The teachers first started with a ...

Clean up! Clean up! Everyone clean up!

A travel blog entry by drbrew-gvsu


... school as one of their greatest needs is books. Currently the school has books from 2006 (written and required by the Ministry of Education) while the newest editions are 2013. Unfortunately, the total cost of all the sets is $14,000 KSH and so we likely won't have enough to purchase them all as we hoped. Either way, we've done our research for the school donations and now we need to research the hospital donations we'd like to purchase too and spread our monies ...

A Better Day

A travel blog entry by reahm825

... or for business because it is so cheap.

We learned quite a bit today but we also had some
fun too. After work we went to The Junction (mall in Nairobi) to have
lunch and did some shopping. One of the areas of the mall houses a huge craft
market that has hundreds of vendors from all over Kenya. The vendors were
almost stalking people to get them to check out what they are selling. The way
that this market differs ...

Wema Clinic

A travel blog entry by pollock.franki


... simple things in life that I have, that everyone else in the world may not have. As we walked, a guy tried selling us some sugarcane so we it a try. We paid 20 shillings for a stalk and we watched him shave off the outside of the sugarcane and chop it up into small pieces with this huge machete. I tried it and didn’t really know how to eat it and then spit it out. Was not that good in my opinion. As we were walking along we picked up a little guy ...


This hotel, located in the Doonholm Estate area of Nairobi, is near Nairobi National Museum, Railway Museum, National Archives, and River Road.
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