House of Waine

Address: Masai Lane & Bogani Road, Nairobi, 00603, Kenya | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Masai Lane & Bogani Road, Nairobi, is near Giraffe Centre, Karen Blixen Museum, and Bomas of Kenya.
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    Travel Blogs from Nairobi

    Imani A and B

    A travel blog entry by okki_abroadx on Jul 05, 2015

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... adorable! We helped the nurses dress them, feed them and then we played with them. They loved my hair and couldn't stop brushing it. I tried brushing a little girl's thick hair and it was so hard because their hair is so bushy and knotty. Mum and Dad met up with a staff member, Steve, who went to the Kilimanjaro with them when he was 16. He is 27 now and does a great deal for the orphanages. He went into Imani when he was 2 years old and now ...

    My first few days with the kids

    A travel blog entry by ahubs10 on Oct 28, 2014

    4 comments, 9 photos

    ... family sexual and physical violence and some have just been abandoned. We first had a group where we got to know each other by playing fun games and I had them teach me some Kenyan games and Swahili words. It was nice to be able to have a translator as most of the children understood few English. All were extremely lovable and more friendly and engaging than I expected, given their pasts.

    I have worked with three of them individually in a session where I still kept it light ...

    Clashing Civilizations: Brits, Tribes, and Islam

    A travel blog entry by alleifer on Jul 24, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... IBM, Google, Shell and GM, but there is an absence of white faces on the streets. Foreigners just don't seem to feel safe to roam around. We visit the National Archive and the Kenya National Museum, learning about Kenyan history, African crafts, the Leakys and the discovery of the oldest humans, the tribal life cycle rites, and the birds and mammals of the region (all stuffed, of course). We stay in the hotel for dinner and get ready for our Safari departure at 7:00 am the next ...

    Last week in Uganda, first in Kenya

    A travel blog entry by lottieuganda on May 30, 2014

    My last week went far too quickly! We left Jinja and the beautiful Nile on Sunday and made our way back to Kampala with an Irish couple that we'd met along the way and had been rafting with. This time we decided to stay in the centre of town with an aim to walk everywhere and not have to take any public transport - it worked! On Monday we went to the local very large and stinky market, for me it was an experience not dissimilar to the markets we used to go to in Ghana, the ...

    Little Kenyan Babies

    A travel blog entry by pollock.franki on May 13, 2014

    4 photos

    ... Byyyyee!"

    After, we saw another patient and talked to the doctor for a little bit about his schooling. I went over to the child welfare office to see what Ranelle and Taylor were doing. They were checking in babies to see the doctor; Taylor was weighing and measuring the length, and getting the temperatures of all the babies. I started to record the patients weight, height, and temperatures on their charts and also gave children a vitamin A supplement. ...