Kenya Comfort Hotel Suites
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsKenya Comfort Hotel Suites Nairobi
1 noche a la llegada de zurich y maria de dubai
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... like a huge area with tourists and a hut. We had to pay an entrance fee (?!) and at this stage I was very, very confused. Then Jette and I followed Mum and Dad in and turns out we were in a Giraffe Orphanage! We got to feed them and Jette even got a smooch from one. It was really great to see the graceful animals up close! It was a beautiful day and tomorrow is going to be great as well! We are leaving at 7am for a day trip to Magadi Lake. Can't ...
... to feed the giraffe's and even take a selfie with one. I watched a few of the students partake in kissing the giraffe, but due to my ever so grossoutness of saliva I did not. I did snap some pictures of it though. It was lovely to have a short day due to the long travel the days prior. We will be eating dinner soon and then I am excited to just lay low with a bottle of ...
... for our systems in the US and also how much we so often take these types of things for granted. Can you even imagine what people in the US would have done if they were stuck in a traffic jam for seven hours? I'm not sure I even want to know the answer to that question.
All in all, though, I think this was a fine welcome for our trip and I am curious to see if this sets any sort of precedence for what life is like here in Kenya.
Until next time,
... br> Pastor John spoke on (what else?) finding your purpose and read from two passages: Acts 9:36-42 and Luke 2:36-38. The highlight, however, was when John invited Sheran White up to the podium to share some of her testimony. She gave a powerful account of the traumatic life experiences that led her to Kenya and how Kenya became part of God's healing for her. She did a ...
... mines and were left by their mothers and another group had their mothers die for natural causes or killed by farmers and poachers. They stay with the orphanage til they are about 5 and then they take them to Tsavo Park to get them adopted by a wild herd which can take up to 10 years. Seems elephants don't warm to strangers too quickly. Anyway, this was very fun and we all got to touch some babies and watch them eat, play and get dirty in the waterhole. Then we went to a woman's ...