Ol-Moran Tented Camp
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the traffic problems were caused by the driving habits and attitude of the local drivers. It is a bit of a free for all with lots of jamming the nose of your car into any space available and a fair bit of nudging and bumping but without the flowing give and take that you find in Indonesia. Lots of aggressive posturing takes place and very quickly it all comes to a grinding halt. Being driven you a local and being stuck in the traffic does however give you more ...
... had never seen. They were very interested in our stories and also asked about the dykes in the Netherlands, because they remembered we came from there. After breakfast we started painting the playground as our contribution / working bee during this holiday. It definitely needed a new coat of paint, so it was very rewarding work. It looks great and fresh again. After lunch it was time for another visit to Imani Ngong. It was great to see ...
- Today we were in Nakuru where we met Beth who works with The Village Experience
- and the clinic they partnered with the community to start. We met the community health workers, nurses and the doctor who work at the clinic. There has been a recent outbreak of cholera in the area so they thought we should build hand washing stations at the schools because the kids could go home and teach ...
... the betrothal ceremony of one of Henri's daughters. Except that it had been cancelled at the last minute after the two families had failed to come to an agreement over finances. It was all very interesting, if not a little confusing. The family of the groom all arrived for a visit to discuss the betrothal and serious negotiations began to take place. I went and sat in the garden with the rest of the brides family and was able to observe Malawian family life. I was given an ...
... to visit Pastor Francis Odhiambo in the Kawangware section of Nairobi. Pastor Francis has started Upako Centre there and the team will spend all morning with the children and instructors there. All in all, it was a great day. Some are feeling fatigued but all are energized and blessed by what they have been able to experience in just the first two days of their Kenya experience.