Shimba Hills Lodge Hotel

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

    First day at work

    A travel blog entry by sairjg on Jan 08, 2014

    9 comments, 2 photos

    ... ages and a very short attention span. It was a lot lot harder than I imagined to control. I couldn't put any of the textbooks down with them grabbing them because they are so keen to read and learn. It was a bit of a scrum and I had to use my 'auntie sarah' voice to get them to listen and sit down. I did some maths with them (DON'T LAUGH - I KNOW I AM USELESS AT MATHS), and helped all of them at some points. Cries of ...

    Hakuna Matata, it's all about flexibility

    A travel blog entry by damaris.walter on Aug 22, 2013

    22 photos

    ... up getting a crazy but fabulous holiday with experiences never expected. Before we even started our journey I had struggle with my passport and work permit. Due to handing my passport in to the Immigration Office in Kampala to get my work permit for the following months in Uganda, they had promised me to receive it early enough for travelling abroad on this particular day: the 9th of August. The day before was Idi, the muslimic holy day so no office was ...

    The Rwinkwavu Way

    A travel blog entry by casey.stockton1 on May 20, 2013

    15 photos

    ... have started coming on time more consistently (even though they don't wear watches), have started to show up with their shoes on, and, perhaps most pleasing to me, have started helping each other and holding each other accountable. These kids are so easy to work with because they are really unafraid to speak up. When I try to correct a small basketball detail – for example, drop stepping TO the basket and not just anywhere, the kids who understand what I am ...

    Bed bugs...seriously?

    A travel blog entry by lcullins on Jul 08, 2012

    6 comments, 9 photos

    ... around 730-8. I eat inside with Pendo, everyone else sits outside. Then we hang out in the common room under the light of one kerosine lamp until about 830-9. Then we all go to bed. I spend a lot of time on the chalkboard in the house working with the kids. I just taught the how to play tic-tac-toe.

    We are heading to Tsavo (game reserve) next weekend. Looking forward to that :)






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    We've signed a contract for Umoja Orphanage Kenya!

    A travel blog entry by boothy58 on Feb 29, 2012

    23 photos

    ... it was being videoed to go with the music. Silly us assumed it was going to be videoed the next day. When Kenyans say something is going to be done, they don’t mean straight away. If in the one sentence I said “Would you like to come to church tomorrow as we are making a video of our gospel music” in Australia we would automatically assume, it was going to be that day. That is the cultural difference and it happens so frequently ...