Sixeighty Hotel

Kenyatta Ave., Nairobi, Kenya | Hotel
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Fresh Air

A travel blog entry by postmah on Jul 31, 2014

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... with people. We would pass by Masai shepherds herding hundreds of cows or goats. We stopped at Great Rift Valley and bought 1 little souvenir. We are down to 5 backpacks and don't have much space to buy anything. The schilling currency is 77 to $1 US dollar. We arrived at ilkiani lodge just before 2 and ate lunch. The food here is amazing, gourmet and tasty. We even dared eat this tomato, apple, cucumber salad with a spicy dressing. We ...

We are finally here.

A travel blog entry by blakes on Jul 01, 2014

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... will meet up with rest of the group later on and have dinner and then hit the hay. Randy has to go back to the airport at 1am to collect our bags. We have to open them to get them released to us. Maybe he'll come back and wake me up because the Safari Bar starts at midnight! Everyone is so gracious, polite, and friendly. This is a wonderful experience and well worth 18 hours on an ...

Departure Day

A travel blog entry by whitworm on May 16, 2014

... up another path. We were greeted by the teachers, and we unloaded all of our donations. We bought the students textbooks, paper, pens, among other things. We also had a lot of toiletries, first aid supplies, and a lot of clothes and shoes to donate. Most of us left a lot of clothes, and our shoes. The kids came filing in. Tempest, Erik, Kendra, and I all addressed the students, and told them how grateful we were to have been there, and thanked everyone for welcoming ...

Final Stretch...

A travel blog entry by masonken on May 12, 2014

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Hi guys,

Today we got to sleep in a little because of the long weekend. We stopped to the store for tape and crayons on the way through town this morning for our activity today. We arrived at the school and split into groups again. Today we had the Allied Health students with us because we had to go to the hospital directly after so they could see an autopsy be done that was scheduled and some of the MPH (Master's of Public Health) students wanted to see ...

"Red" Moon Boots

A travel blog entry by buczkoer on May 07, 2014

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... were four classrooms, so they combined them into two rooms; forms 1 and 2, and forms 3 and 4. The classrooms were very cramped and industrial. The walls and the ceiling were made of corrugated steal and the rooms were separated by wood walls that didn't reach the ceiling. So naturally, you could hear what the other classes were teaching and it made it difficult to hear and conduct business within. The floors were cement and the only light inside was from the windows that were ...


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