Kenya Comfort Hotel Suites
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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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... so are planing to go then. It has been a day of trying to guess who is going to be on our trip, lots of listening in to peoples conversations etc. At about 18:00, our guide who's name is Robert came and introduced himself, he is a local guy seems like a nice kind of chap. He then introduced us to the rest of the group, who all on first meeting seem like a nice bunch. Its a bit like come dine with me where you ...
... really spacious. I bet I can sleep very well in this one. Unfortunately if doesn't have any wifi as many other busses do. The ride is supposed to take around 8-9 hours, dropping me off in Mombasa around 6:30 am where I then will be picked up by someone from the kite lodge to face another 2-3 hour ride south of Mombasa! Excited to see that place and to go out ...
... to sleep she went off to dine.
Next morning we were collected at 7:00am and off we headed for our next adventure. As it was Sunday the traffic was light. Our driver told us in peak time it can take over 2 hours to get into Nairobi from the airport but we sailed into town and were soon heading North leaving the big city behind us.
Nairobi seemed to be quite a developed city with good streets and buildings and ...
... again, but no complaints, just one more day till I go home.
Today was sadly our last day of placement at the hospital. Our professor accompanied us as we made our rounds around the hospital, visiting different departments for the last time. We walked around the pediatric ward, and visited the babies in the new born unit. We wanted to visit our favorite person, James from the mortuary, but that didn't happen, since two families ...
... they don’t have those resources and cannot afford it. That is why these are the main causes of death here.
The last topic we covered was tuberculosis. When I talk to my group, they usually just stare at me, but I know they are learning things. I know they appreciate the information. They do ask a lot of questions too, some I that I don’t know the answer to. As I am writing this, I am sitting in the sun and a lizard just walked by. Hopefully he won’t end up in ...