Kabira Country Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to be awake so early in the day. Deciding to stay up long enough till we left Eldoret town. We all drifted off into a partial sleep, being awoken every now and then by distant African rhumba that whispered out the speakers to the crunching of the axel as we flew over 3 speed bumps at once. With Rebecca at the wheel, the same lady that drove us to Lake Naivasha. We arrived in Nairobi before long, after struggling to find the airport and ending up in several slum districts adjacent to ...
... like to be touched but he did seem to like my presence. I really hope that I can go back and get to know him better. He was so sweet. We spent the afternoon helping in a bakery. I'm not an expert in cutting out decorations with cookie cutters. That bakery was like a beehive though! The workers made fun of us for being afraid of the bees and they told us the bees are friendly and do not sting ...
... took 2 hours! TIA! Not that the children minded, just more fun time for them! All in all, it has been a lovely day. The children don't get to visit many places and so they look forward to our visits so they get to go on days out with us. As ever, each of them thanked us one by one, and so did the staff. Thank you for reading. Tomorrow will be our week 1 groups last day, and tomorrow night....week 2 will arrive. We hope you have enjoyed ...
... it was difficult not to. The jewellery is gorgeous and you can get necklaces which are divine for just £2. There are hand made wicker bowls for £5 and they are amazing quality, ornaments, materials, hand painted oil paintings for £5....and that it just the start. There was soooo much to buy. Two hours later and everyone was shipped out. Time to head back to our hostel....but not before calling into a local market called Kitoro on the way ...
... His blood-stained t-shirt is rolled up and clings to his upper chest, exposing his large abdomen which pours out over his tight belt. Gunshot wounds through his left triceps and lower back: number 537. For some reason all deaths resulting from motor vehicle accidents or trauma that come to Mulago warrant and require an autopsy. This seems strange to me, as these are the cases for which cause of death is obvious.
A young man is wheeled in ...