Sixeighty Hotel

Kenyatta Ave., Nairobi, Kenya | Hotel
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Market, Music, and Museum

A travel blog entry by teacherintl


... He said, "It's really crazy. I think you should take Robert." We said (well, specifically LAR said, but not to name names), "No, it's fine, we can do this by ourselves. We can handle it. It can't be worse than Dubai." He warned us that it was, in fact, far worse than Dubai. We laughed.

Well, we barely escaped with our lives. Seriously. As a matter of fact, there might be bits of our skin and hair still left in ...


A travel blog entry by pollock.franki


... more than we had ever seen before. They were out side of the mortuary waiting for the body to be put in the casket. We actually saw people grieving this time; unlike in the past deaths we have seen at the hospital. We ended up heading over to the child welfare department again to check in patients. We did this for a little while but couldn’t get most of the patients’ charts from the registration office.

After we picked up the MPHer’s from ...

Drugs and Environment

A travel blog entry by masonken


... s difficult to preach to them about how they should be drinking clean water and not burning their trash when they don’t have a lot of resources. So we decided to do a needs assessment or survey instead. We split the group into smaller groups so we could each talk to about 6 students. I asked questions like: Where do you get your water from? Where do you put your trash? Do you drink rainwater? Do you boil your water?

The answers were very interesting. ...

The Market Place

A travel blog entry by whitworm

... by drinking the bad alcohol. The alcohol was extremely cheap, so many people bought it. As of today, over 100 people have died as a result, and more cases are coming in. This has been the largest alcohol epidemic in Kenya's history. After teaching and discussing drugs and alcohol we walked down the path from the school to get picked up. We went to the Intersection, which is a large mall ...

I made a friend!

A travel blog entry by buczkoer


... our ride, happened when we went to the Junction. The Junction is a large mall where we ended up going for an appetizer after class. It hit me that we were only a five minute drive from the school and yet, we were sitting in a four star restaurant surrounded by everything from fine wines to table clothed tables. Unreal to think that a place like this is just a short trip from the slums and how there are starving kids just a few kilometers away. ...


This hotel, located on Kenyatta Ave., Nairobi, is near National Archives, River Road, Baboons & Vervits, and Hyrax Hill Prehistoric Site.
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