Meridian Court Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Andrew who was ready and waiting in the safari vehicle to show us 'his home'.
Wildlife is more active in the early morning than at any other time and this morning did not disappoint. Passing by the likes of herds of eland, zebra, giraffe, ostrich, buffalo and impala as well as wonderful birdlife that we had come to expect on game drives, it was a pride of lions this morning that taught us a great deal about animal behaviour over the 90 minutes that ...
Today was a quiet, but full day. Early this morning Jette, Dad and I went to the high school opposite the resort. The first week we were here, we had promised that we would return during our holiday. The school has 15 children in total, because they only started last year. All the kids gathered in one classroom to listen to our story. We told them about Australia and brought our iPad so we could show them pictures of Kangaroos and Koalas, ...
... Nakuru town! It was about a 3 hour drive through rural Kenya, which I actually really enjoyed. Driving around is such a great way to learn more, no matter where you are. Some things I learned on the drive: that the scenery in Kenya is gorgeous and that is varies greatly- at one point I thought I was in the Pacific Northwest! It’s not uncommon to see vendors on the side of the road selling everything you could think of, ...
... and had a delicious lunch of water, vegetable samosas and a sort of brioche hot dog - yummy. After catching the sun on my shoulders (darned Doxycycline!) we came back to chill out before we meet our group later tonight, who we will be setting off with on our 40 day safari tomorrow, which will start with a 10 hour bus trip to cross the border into Tanzania. "If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together" - African Proverb GB ...
... two little girls into the world, 15 minutes after one another. The nurses let me do the new born checks by myself - weighing, measuring, physical examining and dressing, then handing the baby over to it's mother for the first time. A week ago I wouldn't have guessed in my wildest dreams that I would witnessed 10 babies first cries and spent time with many more mothers while i was here! I think maybe I was 'born' to do this ...