LAICO Regency Hotel
Travel Blogs from Nairobi
I had a transfer from Osoita Lodge to the airport. I wanted to make sure I was there as early as possible with the potential chaos from the fire. I arrived more than 4 hours prior to my scheduled departure time. When we reached the airport it was easy to see the extensive damage caused to the arrivals and international departures building, I was …
... Naivasha. The lake is home to many forms of life and our lodge was right smack in the middle of it. It was a little surreal as we came into the lodge and saw zebras and waterbuck (sort of like antelope) just in front of the lodges. Our lodges are quite posh with fresh flowers, beautiful wood floors, wood fireplaces in the main lodge, huge overstuffed couches for reading, a lovely bar, and delicious food. The staff is friendly, welcoming and knowledgeable. They will take you to ...
... helped me to see that caring for patients wasn’t really as traumatizing as I had always pictured it. Before volunteering, I don’t think I really knew all the little aspects that go into the make up of one department. Also, after seeing all the different departments of the Tigoni Hospital, it makes me curious about the vast array of departments we must have in a major hospital such as Spectrum or Beaumont. I now want to explore all of these departments just to ...
... We saw two ostriches and I decided that they are the weirdest animal I have ever encountered, with their long legs, gigantic bodies, tall necks, and tiny heads. I’m not kidding when I say these guys were easily as tall as our van, easily. We were just driving along, and then we saw them, elephants! All shapes and sizes, more than twenty. It was one of the most amazing things I have ever seen. They were pulling down trees as they walked along to eat. We watched them from ...
Today I was back with my partner, Franki, to the Tigoni Hopital, where we had met Dr. Otiotio, a very funny individual. We decided to work in the maternity wing again, where we met the doctor we were supposed to work for today, Dr. Lillian, a very young woman, who just happened to be 9 months pregnant. She was very sweet, didn’t have nasty jokes like Dr.
Otiotio, and her English was understandable. I don’t think I had her repeat herself once for me to ...
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service