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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Nyaga for his time and left with Mr. Rono to tour the factory. We first suited up in white visitors garb, washed our hands and proceeded on an interesting tour of the entire factory which is normally conducted for visiting buyers. The top two mature leaves with a third developing leave are picked by local farmers and collected by the company in a cooperative manner. The process from delivery, fermentation, drying, and cutting is all done in a ...
... food.. which we thought may have been very very strange.... turns out to be the most epic bakeries ever. Chocolate doghnuts and the most amazing sandwiches! The currency is in thousands but works out to be exactly NZ dollars (1000 krona = 10 dollars) Fuel is 251 krona ($2.51 NZ) The landscape is beautiful., much like NZ but a lot more rustic and untouched. Weather is rainy, grey and very cold (and its summer). Got into Reyjavik park the car and have a wonder around the city. ...
Well that's the first week over, it's Saturday and I don't have to work this weekend. I woke this morning to find a 'little' friend had decided to join me in my room, actually not that little. They like to hiss at you it you touch them, it sounds really strange. I will endeavour to try and record it for you. I placed my new found friend in the tree outside the balcony, although I'd love to know how he got in my room in the first place. It's ...
... On the way again a cow is blocking the road. While they were there they saw pygmy hippos, bongos, a mongoose, llamas, a baby buffalo, cheetahs, a porcupine, and several species of monkey. Speck was given the opportunity to interact with them and was so excited when one sat on his shoulder and ate from his hand, another monkey jumped and grabbed a banana from his hand. Afterward the car drove to Muthui's local (neighborhood pub), again having to urge a ...
... how the laptop program has changed the students’ attitudes towards their education, themselves and their futures. These students are outperforming the others. The principals of the schools report that because of the laptops parents are attracted to their school, and the schools’ reputations have brought more assets and better teachers.
This tour was sponsored by US Kenya diaspora members who wanted their village school in Kenya to ...