The Panari Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
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... along the river to look at the animals. There was nothing in the river. He said that the Hippos had migrated and he had seen a big Croc this morning but it must have left. We thought it was strange that he didn't tell us this before we embarked on the walk but just kept following further down the creek anyway. We didn't see anything except for vegetation and creek water until there was a bridge. And then we saw the small Masai market on the ...
... for some people). It is also really interesting to see and think about how colonization effects individuals at the micro level, communities and groups at the mezzo level, and larger systems at the macro level. Another thing I've been trying to process is that here I am in Kenya as a European American individual and in a sense I am trying to make some sort of difference in the effects of colonization and I look very similar to those same ...
... and pottery co-operative that supports 300 single mothers. Glenda did well there but as the picture shows, there was almost too much choice. Next was the Karen Blixen museum which is in the house she lived in and was used to film Out of Africa. The grounds were very pretty - and there were some coffee plants as that is what Karen and her first husband introduced to the area in 1914ish. We had a great lunch on a patio at a place called The Meeting Place that was next to...a ...
... but that gives an idea of what a fashionable place this was; and is still a fun place to raise a glass. My trousers had not quite dried when we paid and left for the short ride to the Norfolk, the other historic hotel in Nairobi, where we love to have dinner at the Lord Delamere terrace, the old bar of the hotel, which is now roofed over (I remember when it wasn’t and prefer the old way). Back in the early days of the hotel, this terrace faced ...
... moment that of realization wasn’t until we landed in Nairobi and stepped out of the airport in search of Joe, our placement leader. With hundreds of drivers sitting outside the airport and a buzz of traffic whizzing by, I then realized that it was happening, my study abroad dreams were coming true.
The first couple days at both the house and at placement were days of complete and utter culture shock from me. Everything from the food, to the town of Kikuyu, to ...