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Travel Blogs from Nairobi
We land in Nairobi and get through all the usual arrival formalities with surprising ease ... its always a relief when transiting through London Heathrow to see your bags at the other end and know you will have clean underwear for tomorrow, rather than that bloke in Ulan Bataar who is wondering why the undies don't fit him ... especially in this …
We started out today at 9AM, heading back to Banana for another round of visits. Little did we know of the emotional highs and lows of the day that would see us laugh, cry, pray and then cry and laugh some more. We picked up Pastor Peter and a few of his team at our library (after some tea and fruit of course) and went out to Kawaida Nursery School. We have visited this school since 2009 when it housed the entire primary school of this poor community. The government built a ...
Arrived in Nairobi at 5.20 this morning after a night flight from Joburg, and now waiting for connecting flight to Malindi. E did not sleep well, too squished in the seat and he hated the bassinet! We're here without a pram so I'm testing out the ergo baby carrier, and so far so good...we have morning sleepies. It's good to see sunshine ...
... little more than a month, but lucky for us there are still a few that trickle through each day for the next few months. What a cool sight to see hundreds of wildebeests and zebras all lining up at the edge of a cliff just waiting for that one leader to start the run across. I could only imagine how the big migration goes, but I think we get the better view at home with the professional photographers with helicopters.
We cruised some more before coming up on a ...
... potatoes and a lazy susan of salads and sauces, to accompany the main. The main was really what we were after, and these starches and veggies, while delicious, were a mere attempt at distraction. Buffet with a difference, as we didn't need to leave our table, but rather had a flag on top of the salad server that we should knock down when we couldn't eat anymore. And then the feasting really began: pork sausages, lamb sausages, ostrich meat balls, roast ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting