Mount Meru Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Sounds like they had an amazing time and saw everything there is to see. It was amazing looking through all their pictures, hopefully we get to see everything too. The videos of the wildebeest migration crossing the river was amazing, I so want to see that. We then headed to the Masai Markets, not before mum and dad unloaded all their pills, creams, shampoo, batteries, clothes, even a clothes drying rack thing, which seems like a weird thing to have travelling but it's been ...
... Mzungu (?sp - translates as foreigner/tourist!) Square funnily enough at a Barclays Bank! This square is, as it's name suggests, a little haven for tourists with restaurants and internet cafés. When all of us had taken out our money, we walked through the town to a 'Vodacon' shop - the African version of Vodafone. As we will all be travelling independently on the local dalla dallas to our volunteering placements, it is important we have a way to contact ...
... have but still not close enough for me to take a picture with a discernible object in it so hopefully will have more luck with that in Kenya. We did run into a couple kinks in our safari including three flat tires and a broken wheel bering (which they rebuilt on the side of the road). It did cut into our safari time but their ability to fix things was amazing. I am proud to share that I have started doing my laundry by hand myself instead of paying someone to do it. After lessons ...
... your spine, especially in the middle of the night; during the day, not so scary. The pack of hyenas proceeded to fight, and snooped around the entire campsite. Of course, after the three of us in the tent had been awoken, we all had to pee. We made sure to flash our lights in their eyes, and we ran to the bathroom. Minutes after returning to the tent, we learn lions about fifteen metres away...our timing could not have been any better. That day, we saw so many animals, ...
... of wood used. We continued through town to learn about different types of housing, most expensive being stone, then brick, then mud and stick. We walked through each type and met many children along the way, all yelling pick pick meaning photo please! We continued to wander through a schoolyard to a local bar where we tried banana beer and banana wine. Women are told to drink one litre of banana beer a day when pregnant to help put nutrients in the breast milk, ...