Olive Gardens Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... going back to bed for the night. I slept from 4:30pm and my alarm woke me at 6pm. I drank more water and couldn't keep my eyes open so I went back to bed and slept through to 2.30am. I then dozed in and out until 6:20am. I thought I'd struggle being all alone in another country but I'm actually really enjoying it. It did feel weird sitting in a restaurant eating alone but besides from that it's been good. Can't wait to explore the hotel grounds ...
Today I started my next adventure and am off to Uganda. Left the hotel nice and early, with a little delay as Chris one of the guys form London slept through his alarm poor guy, but we were all excited to head on our way. There is 11 of us and we will be getting up to 16 when we reach Kampala in two days. We are driving all the way to Eldoret today so not much happened but it was fun getting to know everyone along the way, we finally made our way to Eldoret ...
... the night, including driving to the Namanga Boarder to re enter Tanzania! passing different towns in Kenya on the way. Easy exit out of Kenya and entrance into Tanzania. Stopped at For lunch (flap washing up to dry dishes) Then drove onto Arusha where we stopped to buy some junk food (A local congratulated me on good Swahili, had short convo with him lol .) Arusha is the gateway to some of Tanzania's most popular tourist destinations including the Serengeti, Ngorongoro ...
... In fact Karen is named for Karen Blixen, the heroine of the book and movie. The book by the way is excellent and an unforgettable read; she was a talented writer with even more talented mentors, like Denys Finch-Hatton.
Last I checked about 5% of the current Kenyan population is white, and they play an important role in the economic life of the country, owning and managing the large prosperous farms and other businesses that employ many other ...
So here we are, Helen and Nina are now here and I can't tell you how nice it was to see them! Following on from my last entry, on Saturday I had a great day with Rosie's school friend Natalie who lives in Nairobi. She collected me in the morning and we headed straight to the David Sheldreck Elephant Orphanage which was amazing! The little elephants were all brought out for feeding time which we watched and then they played around for a while ...