Lake Naivasha Villas

Address: 15 Naivasha, Naivasha, Kenya | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 15 Naivasha, Naivasha.
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Travel Blogs from Naivasha

Kembu Farm, north of Lake Nakuru

A travel blog entry by c.rachelj on Jul 09, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... spun plain white wool e.g. Red dahlias for red wool. Beautiful handcrafts produced. Bought a cute toy for M10. Before we left we went on a very pleasant farm walk for an hour, past thoroughbred mares due to foal, small Fresian calves,my earrings and fully grown milkers. Interesting that the natural resources of the garden are used ...

Naivasha National Park

A travel blog entry by edddadams on Jul 04, 2015

4 photos

... that are all alcoholics (worth a watch if you haven't seen it) it would only be fitting seeing as it was 4th July. We met up with the other Balloon Fellows who are staying in Nakuru. They had organised a boat tour of the lake to see some of the inhabitants. Clambering into a boat off a precariously built pier we floated out into the vast lake in search of Hippos. We found a small pack of Hippos several minutes away from the camp site, it was hard ...

Taking it Easy

A travel blog entry by renadag on May 24, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... We’ve seen so many different facets of Kenya, from the beautiful landscape and the warm smiles, to the devastating poverty and the effects of post-colonialism and corruption. This experience has definitely shaped my social work practice and challenged me to always look for strategies that engage and empower. It's fairly easy to look at Kenya as a place that needs so ...

Empowerment

A travel blog entry by kenyaventure on May 23, 2015

... s what makes these programs and group effective though, that they combine all these elements together to improve lives. If a method of informal social protection lacked empowerment for individuals and communities it would probably fail (or at least be less effective). The same could be said if the social development didn’t consider the usefulness of the informal ...

Morning drive, bush breakfast, afternoon drive

A travel blog entry by barb3389 on Feb 26, 2015

25 photos

... have seen, white rhinos, grazing giraffes and water buffalo rollling in a water hole. Here are some of the words we have learned: Jambo - hello Lala Salama - sweet dreams Simba - lion Sowa sowa - OK Asante sana - thank you very much Hakuna mata - no problem Kari kiwa - blessings upon you Paul's bird sightings at the lodge: African mourning dove Laughing dove Tawny eagle Red-cheeked Cordon Bleu Speckled mouse bird Common Bulbul Speke's weaver Ruppells Robin Chat Cliff ...

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