Travel Blogs from Nairobi
Met our group today. There are 12 of us who will be together for the next six days. The traffic here is crazy. Everyone just jumps right out in traffic. But it was an interesting drive to our hotel
I stay in Nairobi for a couple of days before I head on the big over-landing tour. Thought it was worth a quick entry. Flight delays mean that I arrive late so that gives me only one day to explore (Nairobi or central Nairobi for sure is not a place that you explore at night). Supposed to head to lunch with my new Brisbane chums but with only one …
... its baby, or a group of warthogs rooting. In the
distance you might see a group of giraffes or elephants. There is an element of
a dance to it, with the giraffes floating so smooth and graceful. Warthogs look
so squat but they trot like ballerinas, bouncing along. The wildebeasts prance
and weave in and out, leaning into their direction changes, tossing their big
heads. And the cats melt into the earth, lazily lifting their big paws, slow and
... and showed us around. There was lots of animals there to I fancied the crocodiles but Luke didn’t really, he's more of an Ostrich person.
After along fulfilled day we went on an overnight buss trip back to ...
... of photos so you should see them soon! Harry climbed like a monkey in the back yard with the trees with no trunks! The children loved it, and I stood bck and tool photos! Some of the kids found out that I could speak French, and I now have a few new students! Three of them are keen, one of whom is a teacher, and we will start properly tomorrow! A new boy arrived last night by the way - I was the only 'adult' around, so the social worker only had me to talk to! ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Embassy Nairobi
Does what is says on the tin - Not impressive but reasonably cheap and bang in the middle of town.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.