Marble Arch Hotel
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 …
Well I have gorged on internet and updated everything. It feels nice to be away from constant access to Facebook and email etc. But I do miss hearing from loved ones.
I do quickly want to say, although I am complaining a lot I do understand how truly fortunate I am. I am getting an experience I'll always remember (unless a matatu hits me and I get amnesia, jk mom!). Many of the people I have met here ...
... The government closely follows the Democratic system I have become accustomed to back in the States. I was not allowed to take pictures of the President's home and other various government official buildings, but downtown Nairobi was bustling with people and fully alive for being fairly early in the day. People stared at me often, and I definitely felt like an outcast tourist walking about the city. But Kenyan people are kind, and once I smiled and ...
... and killed some time
watching the animals eat. When we walked back to the house it was time to help
with lunch. We cut up vegetables and learned how to make ugali, a traditional
home to see that our electricity had still not been turned back on. We did,
however, get some water to take showers with…in the ...
... didn't get a good view of the mountain today because it was overcast but maybe tomorrow. We say some people who are traditional mask which is a tribe in this part of Kenya. The clothing is very cool and is very bright with lots of beads. There are monkeys all around the hotel its cool. Heading for supper now.
If you check the other posts again I have uploaded pictures from the trip!
Hope everything is wonderful
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting