The Panari Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
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Cruisy day today. Last night we stayed in a very luxurious Eco tent similar to those of Cape Leveque or Karajini. Wildebeest puts on a free breakfast so we took advantage of that over the next 3 mornings. Today we would just head to the shops, then come home and laze by the pool. That's where Robyn sparkles comes in. ...
... Adamson of 'Born Free' fame. Aside from her conservation work here, including being founding member of the World Wildlife Fund, she was an accomplished artist. Her watercolours of the Africans as well as the wildlife are stunning.
Beside the museum is the snake park. We found this slightly run down and not so appealing. From there, our driver David took us through the main streets of the city and ...
... over. Tomorrow we will go on our final safari in Nairobi National Park and then stop at the Sheldrick Elephant Sanctuary (yes, I am beyond excited!) before heading to the airport for our flight out of Nairobi at 10:25 PM.
I can't believe it is almost time to go back to Minnesota. It am both sad and ecstatic - I have so many mixed feelings about so many things. The trip also went by so fast! I can't believe I've been gone for two weeks. Right now I think I am struggling ...
... Sometimes, the baby's fall down deserted wells as the Masai are wandering tribes and will leave an area without covering the wells. The smallest baby was Ndotto so I fostered him for $50 a year. Many people can foster the same elephant. We will get monthly updates and pictures from their handlers to show us the progress. Before going for lunch we stopped at a very neat bead factory. ...
... in safari vehicles ( Toyota Landcruisers). The hotel is an old colonial style from the British days. It is very nice. We saw lots of storks on the way. Very busy city and needs lots of infrastructure to catch up with population. The gardens at the hotel,are beautiful. We have a group dinner tonight at the ...