Marble Arch Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... walked by us without stopping to say hello and exchange at least a handshake and introductions. More than 1 person cheerfully waved from across the way and said "Jambo mazungu!! - hello white person!! A woman named Grace stopped to say hello and gave us a little lesson in important words to know! It was very sweet of her and her lesson will come in handy! We took a drive around Karen and it was good to see what the surroundings look like. The ...
... thousands of elephants for their ivory - most of which ends up in China. It's a horrible story. But the good news is that there is a place for the orphaned babies. When they are spotted alone in the bush a call goes into the Center. They are airlifted to the orphanage where the keepers nurture them on a special formula for more than a year. Gradually they are reintroduced to the wild, a process that takes several years.
We paid $50 to adopt ...
... at 6:10am Nairobi time after 23.5hrs of travelling. I left the plane and boarded a bus that took me to the airport. Once again I went through customs and then tried to buy some food and water but was told they don't use the currency I had. Luckily at Bangkok I made sure they changed my meal for this flight to vegetarian. After waiting around I boarded my final flight at 7:45am and we took off at 8:45am. I was seated between two South ...
... so he headed towards the suburb of Karen. He took another shortcut where we ended up on a highway construction project. We were on a service road next to a four lane highway under construction which is intended to route the busy truck traffic from the port of Mombosa heading inland and on to central and west Africa. We finally hit a barrier intended to stop traffic from entering the road. It was apparently closed, at least from this end. James convinced some ...
... of control (how ironic). One of the guys did not agree with something I had said and voiced his opinion loudly. Thankfully everyone else was in agreement and saw the truth that can be read in the Bible. Eventually we had to move on, thank The Lord! It was quite an experience! For dinner we had another Kenyan meal. This time chapati (sort of like a tortilla) with green grams. We also had squash and rice. Our bellies are full and we are exhausted so it will probably be an early night for ...