Shimba Hills Lodge Hotel

Aberdare National Park, Shimba Hills National Reserve, Kenya | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Aberdare National Park, Shimba Hills National Reserve.
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    Travel Blogs from Shimba Hills National Reserve

    Mombasa

    A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen on Oct 04, 2013

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    ... the amount because it was seen as a high risk route they were performing by traveling through the old city during riots.

    Once back at the backpackers, we headed down to the beach to spend the afternoon relaxing and recounting what a crazy day it had been. On the way we ran into a filming of a soap opera and made a cameo version. The television that people in Africa enjoy is absolutely awful (in my opinion). They actually ...

    Diving in Diani

    A travel blog entry by steveandjanna on Jul 07, 2013

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    ... to eels, rays, a lion fish, lobster and more reef fish than you could shake a (driftwood) stick at. It was incredible getting to see the graceful turtles, who regarded us as nothing more than a mere annoyance, glide through the water. The second dive was at a location called Baobab, named after the iconic African tree of the same name. Here we managed to see puffer fish, rock fish, another ray, and three more sea turtles. All in all it was a great trip and ...

    Mombasa

    A travel blog entry by jbdsalem on Nov 10, 2012

    22 photos

    ... about that I want to research later: I was able to float on my back in the pool with absolutely no effort. It seemed like it was salt water buoyancy. I asked of course. No the water is not de-salinated ocean water. They pump the water from a Blow Hole. He described it as “not salt water, not fresh water, but somewhere in between. Sometimes they bring in tankers of fresh water to supplement it.

    Bummer, we heard that OSU lost their football game by a field ...

    Emotional Rollercoaster

    A travel blog entry by carynjw on Mar 07, 2012

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    Today was a very strange day with a lot of mixed emotions, and a lot of food. Wednesday's are my longest day at school and nothing really seemed to be going right. It's a struggle to get the kids to understand me, of course it is, English is not their first language, I don't speak Swahili and I'm not a teacher. Just starting to wonder if I'm actually doing any good by being here. The idea of coming into a third world country and ...

    Time to relax before heading to Tanzania

    A travel blog entry by boothy58 on Feb 11, 2012

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    ... out, so next time we are down. These 3 girls were so informative about things around and again never asking for anything, but advising us to be so careful and to not hire only from 1 tribe, make sure we hire from many tribes, and keep our fingers tightly on the purse and storerooms. 2 were single mums and one has to take an 8 year old child from a relative who can no longer feed her. They spoke of what parents have to resort to save some of ...