The Panari Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
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... who had returned had been battling this the whole time we were on safari. Eventually, the matter was resolved, and everyone got their money back in US dollars. We spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing and packing, until our taxis picked us up for the airport at 5:45PM. Our flight wasn't until 10:30PM. The drive to the airport was supposed to be only about 20 minutes, but this is Kenya. It took at least an hour and a half, due to ...
... see so many people trying to get jobs in the city. Although schooling is important, most graduates cannot find jobs after they graduate, and it is more complicated for Sabbath keepers as employers as most have no restrictions on when they can work.
Pastor Antonio Ndung’u and his wife Christine invited us to their home for a refreshment, which turned into a dinner and night of discussion of ...
... There is a small sliver of hope - in the nursery school we went to visit. Outside its walls, the kids don't smile much; inside they are like a wilting flower that has been watered. There - love is evident. This is the work of SVDP and a power house grandma named Lucy. I'll post few pics in order to reflect the seriousness I feel regarding Kibera. On better news, we begin our journey home tonight. ...
Sorry guys, again not loads to report! We had a pretty decent nights sleep and had a relaxed morning. We took our time getting ready and then caught up with everyone, letting folk know we're safe and happy. We have spent all day chilling around the camp, eating chips and watching football! Don't judge! There isn't loads that we wanted to do in Nairobi, there is an elephant orphanage but we are coming back here on ...
... which I think is rather lovely! After some lunch at Natalie's lovely little cottage, we headed off to go riding in the Ngong Hills, on the outskirts of Nairobi. It was a lovely ride, mostly through a forest. We didn't see anyway wildlife, though I was told leopard live there but "don't worry they don't attack horses" I was told, definitely an incentive to stay on! After riding we went back to the elephant orphanage to put them to bed!! ...