Meridian Court Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
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Regen, regen en nog is regen bij aankomst op de luchthaven. Bagage nat, gelukkig alleen de flightbags. Om dik 1 uur snachts in ons hotel aangekomen. Morgen er vroeg uit, nml 7 uur ontbijt. Na kennismaking met de andere groepsleden en het inladen van de bagage in onze truck vertrekken we naar Nakuru
... They too thought I was South African. I then waited 20mins to get my bag. After I collected my bag I followed the signs saying exit. As soon as I walked through the exit I saw an African man holding a paper sign saying "B Notley". I waved to him and me came and met me. He introduced himself (Jeffery) and then insisted on taking all of my bags. He got me to wait in the car park while he got the car and brought it to me. I had a few men yell ...
Mayfair Southern Sun Hotel, Nairobi. Weather warm, cloudy Left the lodge at 7:30am for the drive to Nairobi. The first 60km is the rough, corrugated, rocky and dusty road which shakes you constantly for 1.5 hours. The scenery changed from green and lush to dry and then back to green as we drove through The Rift Valley. Climbing up the steep part ...
... over and hour and a half to drive around 20Km crazy town. But when we got there it was amazing i have never had so much meat in my life!! Chicken, Beef, crocodile, lamb, ox balls! chicken liver ostrich and lots of others that i cant remember. They feed you until you declare you are done by lowering the flag thats on your table, they just keep bringing it and bringing it! i am sure that i will stink like meat on ...
... the Prodigues in Reunion; something we’d all been looking forward to for quite some time. Now at best we’ll have half a day.
While waiting for further news, Marjolaine took a much deserved nap and I worked on my laptop. At 5:00 we decided to go for an early dinner to one of the highest rated restaurants, though far from the most expensive, in the Nairobi area, just up the Ngong road in Karen. The restaurant is called Talisman, and it had been ...