Sentrim 680 Hotel
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- Minbar in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSentrim 680 Hotel Nairobi
The security guard on our floor woke us up at 6 am to check our key because we only received one and it said one passenger despite the fact we paid for a double for the two of us.
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... wait for a Kenya Airways agent." When would that be? Very soon. We proceeded to wait more than an hour.
When the Kenya Airways agent finally arrived, she checked our information and explained that the flight schedule had changed and so the flight number had changed, that was why we hadn’t been able to check in. That didn’t sound so bad. Then she went on. Instead of flying directly to Nairobi at 9:10 the flight was now leaving at 9:50 and ...
Our ride from the Nakuru to Nairobi was very adventurous. Before getting on the road we stopped at Java House for some lunch. I got a grilled chicken sandwich with sun dried tomatoes and pesto. It was delicious! As we got on the road we began to experience a roadside safari. We saw monkeys and buffalo and lots of zebra. When we got to the gas station halfway through our ...
... all that we gave. They also asked us for copies of the photos that we took as well. After the hospital we headed to the school.
Along the way I took in the scenery of Kenya as best I could for one last time. Throughout the trip I really try not to take advantage of all the visual memories as we travel, but knowing today was the last I’d see all of this, I wanted to capture it for a lifetime…The bumpy roads, the donkey’s being whipped to carry ...
... to make, and didn't want to lose money on converting back to US dollars. After the mandazie break we taught form 3 and 4. They are so smart, and inquisitive. After the lesson it was time to get picked up. We went home and a lot of us washed clothes and scrubs we are donating. We also gathered up all of the donations we are giving to start getting them in order, and deciding where they will go. I am donating only to ...
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