Sentrim Nairobi Boulevard Hotel
Travel Blogs from Nairobi
... could quite possibly be the teacher carrying a frying pan through the airport on the way home. Boy will that be sight. We had spaghetti tonight for dinner. Doesn’t that just figure - a full day of pasta for us. I’m not complaining, it’s been a carb overload since I’ve been here anyway. Sadly, I’m starting to prefer the Kenyan options. So I’m guessing I’ll miss those when we leave. I guess I need recipes for my new frying pan.
... skirt I was unsure about, so I told her I would not give more than 800 shillings. “No no too little, I give for 1000 shillings, and grab little things,” she said. I gave her the skirt back and began to retrocede, until she stopped me, and sold me the skirt for 800 shillings. It was good business and a win for me. After the experience of the market, where people constantly tried to get my attention, I was exhausted, and done for the day. It was a lot to take ...
Once the van was fixed, the Wema Clinic students headed our way to pick us up. We decided to walk from the school out to the main road to meet Paul and the others. The road leading to the school is equally treacherous and we've decided not to make him drive down it anymore now that we feel comfortable enough to walk a bit.
We headed back to the house and nearly the whole group laid down for the afternoon nap they are now accustomed to. Today the students ...
... of my group already got names. We found out today that there are some definite stigmas associated with HIV status in the community as well as myths that may make risky behavior more prevalent. I am glad that the students are so open, and are such critical thinkers. It makes our teaching easier to accomplish. The students have already made my journey to Africa worth every cent. After we dismissed the students we got a group picture, and waited to be picked ...
... I am excited to see what they have, and how patients are treated and diagnosed. After we dropped off the AHS group we drove to Top Mark, the high school that we will be teaching at. The scenery was beautiful. There were terraces and gardens everywhere. Gardens were planted on the side of the road. We saw lots of donkeys grazing or pulling carts. On our way to Top Mark we saw lots of small children who were ecstatic to see us. They waved, and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility