Kenya Comfort Hotel Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKenya Comfort Hotel Suites Nairobi
1 noche a la llegada de zurich y maria de dubai
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... look around and see the fabulous roadside shops selling everything from sofas to wrought iron door frames often being made while the customer waits. My favorites were the plant nurseries with thousands of seedlings and potted plants in colorful rows. Nairobi is a lush green place with trees everywhere as befitting a city this close to the Equator but equally a big percentage of the greenery is covered in the ever present dust caused by endless road repairs and ...
... faces again and we had a fun afternoon with them. Tomorrow will be our last day. We are very sad to be leaving as we love it here so much. It is very sad that tourism is down so much, just because of negative travel advice from governments. They "translate" info from Kenya wrong on their websites and Kenya is suffering from that. It is very safe to travel in Kenya; we've never felt threatened or anything. People are very welcoming and ...
... We split up into teams and used Jerry cans (jugs) with a nail in it and used rope to hang them from a tree. This seems like a very sustainable project and something that could easily grow. We faced some challenges with the number of children at the school. We had over 400 kids and only 3 stations. We also noticed the doctor sort of take over and run things which could have been a cultural/gender thing. The ...
... of food with the largest mountain of rice I have ever seen which I felt very guilty about being unable to finish. However, it seemed usual for everyone to have their plates piled high and what wasn't eaten was thrown to the chickens so it didn't go to waste. We finally left about 3 in the afternoon and, this time, we had to take another person with us. I didn't understand anything that was happening and I presumed that we were going to Dedza. Not so! We arrived at someone ...
We traveled about an hour to Kamulu and attended mass at St Justin de Jacobis, an outstation of SVDP parish, Kamulu. This is a poor, but spiritually vibrant community! At this outstation, there are 3 masses every Sunday and each one is packed! We attend 8:30 mass at this tin and wood church. It is a small but might structure! The singing was led by the youth and they were fantastic! Most of ...