The Panari Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
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Simon of our amazing driver picked me up... Simon saved my butt two years ago in an altercation with the Tanzanian Border Officers that could have ended up very badly... I Love Simon.
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... We watched her go through customs and then headed back to the resort. It was sad to see her leave for a flight all by herself but she's a tough cookie! This afternoon, the four of us walked to Ngong to buy some paint for the resort. We are going to be painting the playground as our contribution while we are here. Should be fun... We feel lonely now that our African five-man clan has lost a member but Anne was wonderful company so we couldn't have asked for ...
... able to go into the shop and the amount of jewelry was just so overwhelming, it was hard to choose! People at home, I'm coming back with lots of stuff, so let me know what you want! I really enjoyed Kazuri because it was a fair trade business. The women there are paid fair wages, they are allowed breaks, they have normal hours, and maternity leave. Many of the women are widowed, or living with HIV, so being able to make this jewelry and financially support ...
I'm back in Nairobi after my blissful, decadent, dreamy trip to South Africa. The holiday was capped with a self guided safari through a national park. We stayed in a thatched roof cottage in the park and after paying for an early morning game ride we learned that we could go around the park in our own car. Hello!?! Who wouldn't want to do that? So for two days we turned some heads with our top ...
In general, I got the sense that Kenyans have very little faith in one another and their government. In a couple circumstances, when I was appalled that something bad would happen, the response (not only from Amina) was "this is Kenya". I knew that volunteering would not change one of the orphan's lives, but my experience from living in Githurai for a month truly impacted me in my gratitude for growing up in a situation where my mother didn't have to worry about ...