Nairobi Transit Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... our room and went for our first safari drone at 4:30. We saw lions, impala, gazelle, wildebeest, zebra, giraffes, topi, vultures and more. Wildebeest migrate north in July and August. There are an estimated 1.5 million. They estimate there are 400,000 zebra. Our first lion sighting was a male and female that started mating about 10 seconds after we arrived. It lasted about 4-5 seconds. During mating season a male and female lion will get ...
... they received. After, we made our way to the school.
We arrived and started putting out the donations on a table in the church. We donated everything from our clothes to basic hygiene needs and books. The students trickled in and sat quietly. We told them thank you for having us and that we brought many things for them to have. Literally, I think we had about 15 pairs of shoes, and bags of clothes.
We went outside after that to take pictures ...
Today as we rode to the school I was thinking about it being our last day. Tomorrow will be hard to say goodbye, but I plan in keeping in touch with the students who want to go to GVSU. Some of my group members have talked about sending things when we're stateside, so I might do that as well. We walked up the path to the school and got ready for our last lesson. We took form 1 and 2 first. We broke ...
... It was crazy to see how many smelt their hands after. I believe it is a luxury for them to wash their hands, at least at school. There is no running water, sink, or even hand sanitizer at the school. I am finding that despite not having those things, the school functions very well. After our lessons, we watched the cook make chapattis. They are fried dough basically. So delicious. While waiting for our ride to come back we caught some sunrays in the ...
... States. They even have two dental technologists
that work in the office that make both partial and full dentures for the
patients that loose teeth. They also do some orthodontia work here in Kenya and
payment is based upon the patient’s income level because the balance is subsidized
by the government.
Payment for dental work is very cheap compared to
what we pay dentists in our country. It costs about 200 ...