Marble Arch Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... they're keeping much of the existing structure and covering it with new materials as well as adding on new sections. The place is already almost unrecognizable even from just a couple of months ago.
We had our papers checked and went through a first security scan: shoes off, electronics out etc. We could then move to the check-in counter. The agent looked at our paperwork and said: "your reservation has been canceled – I don’t know why; ...
... saw monkeys on top of the building and huge birds beside it. We all went in to use the restroom and I became officially Kenyan. Why you might ask? BECAUSE I USED A SQUATTY POTTY...BY CHOICE! I am oh so proud of myself and everyone was very excited about my accomplishment. Anthony laughed as I announced to him that I am Kenyan now and gave me a high five. I feel on top of ...
... I am experiencing the American culture as an outsider and I am noticing and appreciating all the things I may have overlooked or taken for granted before (like ice cubes and tortilla chips) and while some of these feelings may fade away in the future, I know that a number of them will stay with me for the rest of my life. I said in my application to the program that I wanted to be humbled by my experiences in Kenya, and I can honestly say that this trip has affected me in that ...
Today we got picked up at 8:30 and got dropped off at the school first. The lesson we covered today was disease. We researched the leading causes of death in Kenya, which are 1. HIV 2. Lower respiratory diseases 3. Diarrhea related deaths. Based on this information, the diseases we discussed in class were Bronchitis, pneumonia, TB, and Diarrhea. We have already covered HIV ...
Friday April 9, 2014
Last night it rained cats and dogs again, and the temperature dropped to the point where I had to wear layers and warm socks. The MPH (Masters of Public Health) students settled in the girls room last night to go over their education planning for the school they
teach at, but from my understanding, they were only laughing at their past
experience from their students, while I tried to read my book “We’ll always