Ol-Moran Tented Camp

Cerca de Ololaimutia gate, Nairobi, 00502, Kenya | Lodge
 

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Farewell to Placements

A travel blog entry by drbrew-gvsu

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... So we wanted to leave with plenty of time to spare. Many of us took showers, changed into airport clothes and zipped up those suitcases filled with wooden giraffes and elephants for the final time. It was time to say goodbye.

Mary came downstairs and wished us well. We gave her the goodie bag of GV stuff and I left her my slippers. We had nearly the same ones on the trip so I left her a spare pair to remember me by. Mary treated us well during our stay and I must ...

Our last full day

A travel blog entry by whitworm

... questions. We then had a breakfast break and ate mandazies. Form 3 and 4 came in and we split the group in half and taught the same way we did for forms 1 and 2. We taught up until the time we had to leave because the students asked a lot of questions. We said our goodbyes for the day and walked down the path to get picked up. We then went to the junction and ate lunch, went to the market again, ...

"The Talk"

A travel blog entry by masonken

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... me how they said they don’t talk to anyone about their female hygiene. They said it just isn’t something to talk about with anyone. Imagine dealing with those things alone. We encouraged them to talk to friends or women family members if they have questions and to monitor their bodies and seek medical care if they feel something is not right.

After our talk with the women the principal told us that it was time for the teachers to take over. Which ...

"Red" Moon Boots

A travel blog entry by buczkoer

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... whatever reason and the smells were quite debilitating at times. Much of the runoff water probably contained a sewage like substance since they don't have a sewer system in place. Near the end of our journey we were wet naturally, but our shoes were covered in red dirt. When we reached the school, it felt like we were wearing weights on our shoes because the dirt was bricked onto our shoes lifting us higher as the dirt accumulated upon each step. Looking back at the other group members ...

Africana poo

A travel blog entry by buczkoer

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... the skin, cut it up into bite sized pieces, and places it in a baggy. We handed some out to the kids walking around and then preceded to walk down towards other markets to see what they had. There was everything from minnows, cabbage, shoes, and handbags. We also tried this tortilla style bread, called a chainboga, that one of the locals made for us on a fryer, it was similar to a crepe, and very very tasty.

When we arrived back at the house, it wasn't long ...

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This lodge, located in the Nairobi Central Business District area of Nairobi, is near Nairobi Education Centre - Animal Orphanage, National Archives, River Road, and Baboons & Vervits.
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