Sportsview Hotel

Thika Rd, Nairobi, Kenya | Hotel
Prices starting from $237.00

Travel Blogs from Nairobi

Market, Music, and Museum

A travel blog entry by teacherintl


... of the predatory men there. It wasn't that it was unsafe, but they were unwilling to take "NO" for an answer. One even pretended to have a seizure when Lar said he wasn't interested. Another offered to take my child in return for a bowl. In my defense, it was a nice bowl.

Kenya National Museum:

We had to humbly admit defeat. Robert didn't laugh--at least not out loud. Then we went to the Kenyan ...


A travel blog entry by pollock.franki


... headed to the Junction for the last time. We went to the Wine Experts for lunch with the whole group this time. We enjoyed another delicious meal and then headed to the market for some last minute bargaining.

This time we knew we could trade our belongings for souvenirs, so we came prepared. I came with four pens and my wristwatch (which I wasn’t for sure going to trade). Some of the others brought their shoes, clothing, and Mary even brought her Malibu she ...

Drugs and Environment

A travel blog entry by masonken


... of students got water from the tap, but some got their water from the river, rain, and bot hole or well (not regulated). Everyone drinks rainwater here. That is very shocking to me. It is full of pollution, but it’s free and takes little effort. Everyone burns his or her trash. Everyone. It costs a lot of money to go to the landfill to drop it off. So instead, they periodically burn it. What would you do with your trash if you didn’t have a garbage ...

The Market Place

A travel blog entry by whitworm

... and stores. The Masai Market was also there, which is the main reason we went there. We ate at an Italian restaurant, which was great. We also utilized the wifi there because our internet sticks here are pretty unreliable. After lunch we went to the market. It was the largest market I have ever seen! There were so many vendors. It was craziness. Everyone tried grabbing my hand and taking ...

Time flies when your in Kenya

A travel blog entry by reahm825

Wow, I can’t believe it is already
Friday. It seems like we just arrived here and already one week has past. I
hope you are all doing well and I can’t wait to see everybody. Today is the
last day of the work week for us and again it was somewhat filled with the
unexpected. The first patient that I saw was 4 years old and was running a
fever. The doctor examined him and after a few failed blood draws and screaming
they determined that he had an ...


This hotel, located in the Roysambu Estate area of Nairobi, is near Nairobi National Museum, National Archives, River Road, and Baboons & Vervits.
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