West Breeze Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
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Arriving into Nairobi, Kenya, I didn’t realise how excited I was to be going to Africa. I think so far along this trip I have been concentrating on one aspect at a time, and trying my best to enjoy the moment I was in, and I certainly enjoyed every minute of Asia. But I have a definite feeling of excitement having now arrived in Africa and what this leg of the journey might bring.
The initial arrival was slightly deflated by my check in luggage not arriving with me, ...
... beep the horn as loud as you can until they move. We got home safe though! This morning we left at 9am so that we would be at the airport on time for Anne (flight at 1:40pm). We were set to go and had just left the resort before we got bogged. Hassan got us bogged for the first time the whole holiday and it was the day we actually needed to get somewhere. Anne and Mum were a bit scared but the rest of us thought it was great! We climbed out the window and ...
... d been there at least four times. We left just after midnight on Swiss Air for Zurich for the 6 1/2 hr flight. We were reminded, once on, how absolutely great business class is!!! Socks, candies, goodies & seats that flattened right out for sleep. I had a light soup/cheese meal & then slept soundly for 5 hrs!!! Chris & Noel might not have been so lucky but I was very cozy & comfy!! Will we ever fly economy again??? ...
... a game of soccer, or football as it is called here. We returned to the home where the children sang for us and we gave them gifts, including $1,000 to purchase food. The team came home a bit tired (it was hot today) but exhilarated by what they saw and experienced - and it's only day one! Tomorrow we are off to Harvest Church in Kengemi, and little does the team know that tomorrow may be as good or better than today. That's how it is in Kenya and we would not want it any other way.
... meadow and we weren't allowed to drive across to see them closer but hey that's ok I've now seen all 5/5 big five in Kenya and all free range in nature not in enclosures. Then we headed off around the lakes foreshore to see flamingoes. I didn't realise there were 2 breeds but saw both and there weren't as many of them either as usual due to the rise apparently of the water. Also pollutants in the water are causing problems. ...