Sentrim Nairobi Boulevard Hotel
Travel Blogs from Nairobi
... the runway. I had an amazing lunch, with a much needed fresh milkshake and waited to be called to the runway. It was a surreal feeling as I had never been on a plane this small before, I hadn't even passed through customs - but after all it was Kenya.
Once I had got my visa stamped, that was it! Ready to get going at last, it had been a long journey and I was happy to get on the small plane. As I seated myself and stored my luggage I noticed that there ...
... that kind of firepower.
Poor George had malaria (his diagnosis was confirmed at a clinic the second day) and was a trooper the whole time but did seem low on energy. We had quite a bit of downtime, compared to the first safari, and got caught up on our blogs and reading. I picked up a non-fiction book from the Kilimanjaro airport called "The Africa House" by Christina Lamb, which was an interesting read. It's the true story of an Englishman ...
... It was really interesting to see the slum and how people lived. We both could barely stand walking up and down the steep uneven hills in the sun for one day, and there are people that have been there for years… It's been a really eye opening experience. We don’t really know how good we have it until we see how badly others do. ...
... They have done an amazing job! We went home in the afternoon and hung out until dinner. Ugali night again! I think I like it a little more every time we eat it, but I might just be getting used to it. WEDNESDAY 7/17 On Wednesday morning, we got back to work on the mural bright and early. I started on the letters, which was definitely the hardest part of the whole thing. Drawing the letters themselves isn't very difficult for me, but figuring out the logistics on how to get ...
... one before and
have always found them fascinating. We returned to the farm early evening to a smiling Macau who had found the chameleon whilst working throughout the day. I was full of excitement, holding this docile, three-horned creature in my hands. As it was evening, it was really cold and therefore enjoying the warmth radiating from me, happily sitting in my hands and slowly changing colour to reflect my skin.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services