Travel Blogs from Nairobi
... holes are from bombs but im choosing to ignore that. The falls were pretty cool and we got to see some hippos. We also stopped at the equator and believe it or not but the water thing is true, it goes different ways on the equator!!
Tomorrow is Saba Saba day so we are on lockdown in the house. There will possibly be violent protests hence all the Police and military presence at the moment but im choosing to think it will be fine and we can go back to placement on ...
... airport, what can I say.... Reminds me of a multi-story car park and the smell is not so different. Finally got picked up at the airport and driven to the camp in Nairobi. An uneventful journey, not much to see as it's really dark. Street lighting seems to optional! The room for tonight looks comfy enough and on suite!!. Transport leaves tomorrow morning for Nanyuki. The adventure ...
... the airport to get checked in. By the time we got to our gate it was about 7 pm and we still had 3 hours until our plane left. Some of us girls decided to go get some food at the only little restaurant in the wing of the airport. It was so crowded in that place I had to move my chair every time someone needed to walk past. When we got back to our gate it was already time to board the plane. As we walked outside to get to the plane we all said our last goodbyes to ...
... a day off but that is not possible. This trip is keeping me very busy and there are no days off. We went to the store first thing this morning to get a water jug for our lesson. We bought the jug but then had to return to the house to fill it and back we went. We got dropped off and did our 7-minute walk to the school. We sit around a lot in the morning until the Forms are ready for us. It is sort of like coffee and conversation time at work except without ...
Today we got dropped off at the school around 9:30. We typically have to wait until about 10:00 to teach. We have been taking form 1 and 2 together and teaching for an hour, then breaking for breakfast, then teaching form 3 and 4 for an hour. Today our topic was drugs. Erik, Kendra, Tempest, and I did some research about drugs in Kenya and the legalities for each drug. We found that bhang is ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility