Lenana Mount Hotel

Ralph Bunche Road, Nairobi, 00100, Kenya | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by brittbmw3


Day four... What an exhausting, emotional, life altering, heartbreaking, blessed day we had! God is so good! For breakfast we tried passion fruit and baby bananas that are so sweet! The passion fruit was kind of like pomegranate because you eat the seeds...but I like pomegranate better. We met up with Kate who is a nurse who has been here many times. We had a jam packed car, in total it was: Robyn, Anthony, Jihyun, Hannah, Emily, Lori, Kate, Mwali, and myself. Every seat was full! ...

Farewell to Placements

A travel blog entry by drbrew-gvsu


... of thanks to the 50+ students and teachers that came out .

Afterwards came snacks (mandazis and their treat of soda) and a furry of photo taking. We all went crazy snapping selfies and taking hundreds of photos with the students and teachers. We haven’t done much of that throughout the teaching days, so it was fun to share in the photos with the students. They loved it too! All wanting to see the photos we took, jumping into groups and surrounding us!

Out of My Comfort Zone

A travel blog entry by reahm825


... as we were treating her was very traumatic for me.

Today was definitely a test for me to see whether or not I will be able to handle the pressures of being a Physician’s Assistant, but I think the more hands on experience I get the easier it will be for me to handle. I doubt I will ever be comfortable treating children with serious injuries but I will strive to do what is needed to treat them regardless what may be going through my mind. ...

Clean up! Clean up! Everyone clean up!

A travel blog entry by drbrew-gvsu


... torrential downpour here (rain seems to fall mostly at night). When it rains (almost nightly) I cannot help but think of the tin houses we've seen everywhere, the red dirt ground that is inside most of these types of houses and the mess it all must be under rains like they get here in Kenya. Today, my opinion changed a bit, because it almost felt as though they relied on this for survival. Basic human needs has been on my mind a lot throughout this trip too, water ...

Rain, rain, go away!

A travel blog entry by twarfield

... students, ran to meet us with an umbrella and walk us the rest of the way. They have such great manners. All of the young men are gentlemen. When we arrived to the school we learned there were 42 students present between the 4 forms or grade levels. We split them in groups of two and had to teach in the small classrooms. The students were all crammed in, jumping over seats and basically sitting on top ...

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This hotel, located in the Upper Hill Estate area of Nairobi, is near Nairobi Education Centre - Animal Orphanage, Railway Museum, Snake Park, and Nairobi Arboretum.
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