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Travel Blogs from Nairobi
Where to start? No freaking idea. If you read no further just know that despite the fact that I have done essentially nothing important or personally groundbreaking since I've been here, it has been an incredible experience thus far. I can probably promise much more exciting stories later when I get to St. Joseph's in Migori (which I will travel to …
... used to seeing lots of white travelers and tons of photos being taken.
BUT. we did go on the top of one of the tallest buildings in the city (mom you would have died at how tall it was) and could take tourist pictures of the skyline. I will add some to this entry:)
Enjoy! Hopefully you can picture me here better now, let me know if you want to know anything else!
I bet I love you all :)
... myself in a situation where I have no one I greatly connect to. I always need that pillar of support when I am somewhere new. When I moved to Montreal it was hard until I got very close to my roommates. Once I have that solid person I am good. Until then it is a constant battle with sadness and stress. But it is all part of life and especially my life here.
I hope my placement makes up for everything, and if not I will definitely switch. Maybe return to Mary's and ask ...
... packed correctly and included warm sweaters, a jacket, a towel and a large flashlight (maybe even a headlamp). I didn't mind the camping but should have been more prepared. Because I'm not really an outdoorsy person, I think I was pushing it when booking two camping safaris; however, as budget is a big consideration for this trip, anything more luxurious was out of our range. When I do come back to Africa I will be spending a lot more ...
... that our trip was nearly over. Just 6 days remaining! How is this fair! We were all organised and out of the room by 1 o'clock. We had such a lazy and relaxed morning to prepare us for busy Mombasa.
At Blue Line there were a few people from the Afri-camp group, lunchtime wasn't as lonely as i'd thought it would be. Finally at 3 o'clock, Emma (one of the Africamp leaders) came down from the mountain with two girls who didn't summit. ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility