The Panari Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... some food which really put us in the environment of the true African nature.
I would highly recommend this day tour for a school group, as it truly did provide a taste of many different cultures.
After the tour I went back to my hotel. I had a normal dinner at the hotel which was pleasant!
After this I roamed around the hotel relaxing by the spa and going to the gym.
We had another quiet start today with a lazy breakfast then picked up by Mike from Safari tours and headed off to see around the CBD of Nairobi. Some building are the early English times of occupation then each government and it's leader has designed their own building to stamp their mark in Nairobi. Some really nice gardens. We drive around the markets where a bomb went off earlier in the year then over to ...
... ability to educate others and am probably more thorough than the other groups, which is why I finish last. I also talk slow and repeat myself so they can understand me. Her compliment reminded me of why I am here and I thankful for that. I feel like if I reach one person, hopefully they will tell another and so on. If I impact only one person on this trip, I was successful.
We talked about the top cancer killers in African men and women for lesson today. Top cancers in Kenya ...
... sleep at night. Seeing dead bodies, watching people die, barely trying to save lives in the ER day after day and having no reaction. Just a little thought going through my mind tonight...
At the school, the MPH students talked about drugs and alcohol today with the students. In the wake of the #killerdrink epidemic here in Kenya we all agreed this would be an appropriate topic to discuss with the kids. We even stopped and ...
... a tip after the pictures. This made some upset and it was very uncomfortable. I hated some of the comments I heard. When coming to a different country cultural competence and respect is so important. I really had to think long and hard about what that meant for me? We are visiting their country. They are not objects or the "others". These are people. They have feelings, thoughts, spirits just like we do no matter how different. ...