Ngong House

Address: Ngong Rd, Nairobi, Kenya | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Ngong Rd, Nairobi, is near Giraffe Centre, Karen Blixen Museum, Bomas of Kenya, and Nairobi Arboretum.
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      A travel blog entry by mtibs on Feb 25, 2015

      4 comments, 4 photos

      ... managed to completely miss me! We gave the sisters quite a laugh with that one! They laughed and laughed for a long time and it was just so cute to see them! Teresa of course ran for her camera and laughed along with them while the young sisters helped clean it all up! I will be very glad to get a good shower when we return home! My feet are are perpetually dirty from walking on the dusty paths (there is little pavement here and it hasn't rained in a long time; thus - ...

      Leaving Nairobi

      A travel blog entry by alandliz on Feb 14, 2015

      4 photos

      Enjoyed a leisurely breakfast on the lawn at Ngong House. It's strange with just the two of us again, but we have a plan and intend to make good use of our last morning in Nairobi. First stop, the giraffe center where we feed the beasties and Alan administers the usual noogie. A little shopping at the giraffe centre shop and then it's off to one of the centers we visited yesterday. Back to Ngong house for a lovely lunch on ...

      Part 1: Kenya

      A travel blog entry by taljaytravels13 on Jul 01, 2014

      ... national park about 8 hours later.. The camp site was situated over the other side of the park from which we came so we had a good few hours of wildlife spotting before we reached camp.. We saw zebra, elephants from a distance, buffalo, eagles, gazelles, monkeys, baboons, giraffe to name a few. The campsite was a little more fenced off from the park as we would have liked but there was ample monkeys and baboons to fight off which reminded us how much we were still living ...

      Masai Mara

      A travel blog entry by annettep on Jun 11, 2014

      7 photos

      ... That is one thing you cannot do, walk around the Maasai without actually knowing the land. During the safari, the guide asked me to get out of the vehicle so he could pull the roof down. I had a quick look around to make sure there were no animals, didn't want to be their next meal. The other highlight was 10,000s herds of wildebeest. They were actually the first animals to migrate so I was lucky due to the time of the year I went. It was amazing ...

      Tears, tears, lots of tears...

      A travel blog entry by drbrew-gvsu on May 15, 2014

      15 photos

      ... safety purposes. And you wouldn't have believed all the people lined up in waiting.

      We found the kitchen. Where all the food for the patient's and staff is prepared. What a scene. First, the place was so smokey you could barely walk in. All their cooking is done over open fire. Firewood and matches and the whole thing. Like camping and cooking for 300. The room looked like it had caught on fire about 30 times, the walls and ceilings were charred. The chef ...