Parklands Shade Hotel

Address: Ojijo Road, Nairobi, Kenya | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Chiromo area of Nairobi, is near Nairobi National Museum, Nairobi Education Centre - Animal Orphanage, Nairobi Arboretum, and Baboons & Vervits.
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    Starting off for the Journey back to the roots

    A travel blog entry by lamalima on Sep 26, 2014

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    ... in. This gave me the chance of experiencing a departure lounge for the first time in my Life thanks to the Gold Card for very frequent flying of my dad. Anyway, although pretty tired I watched 2 movies (only "the big Budapest Hotel" is worth recommending) and we touched African ground in Nairobi in the evening. We were quite surprised ...

    Masai and Memories

    A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Sep 24, 2014

    14 photos

    ... I had heard many stories about the Masai people before arriving to their village such as the boys are circumcised at 15 and are not to cry during the process. They are then sent out to the forest for 3 years and are not allowed to come back without a lion hide. The Masai men are allowed to marry up to 12 women, depending on the number of cattle that they have. They make their shoes out of discarded tire rubber. We were at the village for ...

    Can I Have One?

    A travel blog entry by teacherintl on Jul 06, 2014

    11 photos

    ... a surprising number really) fall into wells or man-holes and can't get out so they are rescued that way. Some have mothers who die from disease or some medical condition. At any rate, they nurse them using a special baby formula and then re-introduce them into the wild. The elephants are very smart and a lot like real babies. They play ball, wrestle, and like to get dirty. I really wanted one, but I'm pretty ...


    A travel blog entry by pollock.franki on May 16, 2014

    9 photos

    ... carried their chairs over from the classrooms to sit down, the MPH students each said their own little thank you to the kids and staff and told them about the donations.

    While we waited for lunch, we all took pictures with the kids and teachers. The kids wanted pictures with everyone, even the AHS students who had only ever been there one other time. It made me feel good though. A group of girls or guys would just come up and ask if they can take ...

    Lions, Elephants, and Hippos...Oh my!

    A travel blog entry by tfranklin810 on May 11, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... seem like much but it is when comparing to other tribes of the region. The Maasai worship their cattle herds and I have never seen so many cows and goats in my life. Hundreds and hundreds of cows could be seen walking along (or in/across) the so-called road. As legend tells it, one of the Maasai gods, Naiteru-Kop called out to Le-eyo, a Maasai man. Naiteru-Kop told Le-eyo to build a large enclosure with grass inside of it. Following this, an enormous storm swept over Le-eyo and a ...