Ol-Moran Tented Camp
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Stage 4: Masai Steppe (Kenya, Tanzania )
Nairobi to Mbeya
Mar 9th - Mar 20th
Tour D'Afrique Pre Information
1,184 km, 9 days riding, 3 days rest
average km per riding day = 132km (82 miles)
Kenya: 900km. Approximately 90% of the route in Kenya is paved and most of it is of reasonable quality. (Northern Kenya is a lava rock desert with terrible rutted roads)
Tanzania: 1200km; Approximately 60% of ...
... how the sights and experiences have already shaped our futures with thoughts of what God would have us do to stay involved with the children here.
Tonight we visited an Italian restaurant here in downtown Nairobi and ate out on the veranda. The food and service were good and we engaged in light and lively conversation with lots of laughter. Tomorrow is an off day when we visit an elephant orphanage, giraffe park, museum, bead factory and our favorite seafood restaurant.
... of the communication was purely laughing and playing with them, and one of the biggest realizations I had was just how resilient these children are even through situations that I consider my worst unimaginable nightmare. I don't feel right blogging about why some of the children are at the orphanage, but ask me if you're interested. Although volunteering (especially for such a short time) can often feel like you're making such little impact, their gratitude showed that even ...
... they're keeping much of the existing structure and covering it with new materials as well as adding on new sections. The place is already almost unrecognizable even from just a couple of months ago.
We had our papers checked and went through a first security scan: shoes off, electronics out etc. We could then move to the check-in counter. The agent looked at our paperwork and said: "your reservation has been canceled – I don’t know why; ...
... It meant a lot to me that he would give me something that has been a part of him for so long, but here in Kenya, it helps paint a picture of the type of people they are and how welcoming they can be.
The meal was absolutely amazing because it was consumed with those that we have grown to know over the past three weeks and it tasted like a real wholesome homemade meal. It was a rice dish that was topped with vegetable soup with potatoes ...