Sentrim 680 Hotel
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... a spectacular! I can’t wait for this day.
I also picked up the most incredible souvenir to take home today too! Not a wooden elephant or an African magnet either. I’m talking the largest frying pan I’ve ever seen in my life! It’s hilarious!! $2,350 KSH worth of amazing cooking to come… Turns out, getting it home might be tricky. In the store I convinced myself it would fit in my largest suitcase. Measuring it up tonight, not even ...
... on me. “Ah, yes, very beautiful, you want? I try for you.” Actually I wanted to try it on for myself, but no problem lady, go on ahead, as she took her time adjusting the waistline, and all I could do was lift my arms to let her work on me. I was indecisive on buying the skirt and had not told the lady I wanted it yet, as she took it upon herself to fold and place it in my bag, saying 1200 shillings (about $15 dollars). I was not going to pay $15 dollars ...
... games to learn names, physical activities including jogging, stretching and playing football outside, "brain breaks" of activities, along with their lessons and activities to supplement. Their emotional health lesson was on confidence and had the students give impromptu 30 second speeches to the audience to give them additional professional skills. I thought the Top Mark students did an amazing job with this task, and presented really well. Better than Americans would at ...
... I could never forget, and it's only the first day. The students told us that they also wanted to teach us some Swahili words, along with giving us each a Kenyan name. Duncan, one of my favorite students gave me my Kenyan name today. The name is Mathei. He told me that the woman, Mathei, was an activist that helped stop deforestation in Africa, which is pretty amazing. I was extremely happy to have such a nice name, and happy to get one because the three ...
Today I woke up before 7:00 to get ready for our first day at placement. We ate a breakfast of a hard boiled egg, toast, and a banana. We had to pack a lunch to take to placement. Most of us stuck to peanut butter and jelly with small snacks. We left and dropped off the AHS group at the hospital. The hospital was several buildings, and serves the local community. There is a dentistry building! Tomorrow I will be visiting the hospital and checking out the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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