LAICO Regency Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Adjoining Rooms
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... we land) ------------ It is 8:09am and we are mostly boarded! There are some people who just bring too many bags!! On the bus from the gate to the plane they were playing a worship song. It made me cry a little <3 ------------ Flight was supposed to leave at 8am, its 8:45am and we aren't off the ground yet! I hope the people in Uganda will wait for me to arrive! Cause apparently I'll be late! ------------ 9am and we are taking off :) Goodbye ...
... dense with a vast variety of trees and foliage, often reminding me of Queensland. Saw small squirrels and a variety of bird life, even saw some wart hog dens.
Then off to the Karen Blixon House. We had a guide take us through giving us a wonderful insite to her life here in Kenya.
Back to Macushla House to relax on the verandah for the afternoon.
... enemies, especially the lions. Sheila again. I asked Kevin if he liked the Masai dancing. he answered "No" When I asked the reason he reply was that his own tribe, the Luo, are the better dancers. This is Vleria. I am happy to learn and see many things. One thing I am most happy with is when we flew from Kisumu to Nairobi in the aero plane. This because it was my first day travel in an aero plane.beside that I have ...
... There are goats, chickens, cows, and dogs walking around everywhere, and sometimes a random camel. Although Githurai smelled and was filled with ****, I kind of loved this place so different from anything I had ever experienced before.
In S. America, I had blended right in, and on my overlanding truck, we were "sheltered" from locals and were either in the campsites or touristic places, apart from short stop overs for snacks. This was the first time I stood out so ...
... who fell down a well, they say an elephant never forgets and I believe that, though I wish it wasn't true. It takes around 10 years to rear a baby elephant here and get them ready to release into the wild, they tend to stay at the orphanage about 5 years and then go to Tsavo National Park where they go through a program introducing them to the wild. Most will end up joining a wild herd but about 15% will make up their own herd with 'friends' from ...