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A Travel Blog by mandibee
... challenge ourselves in climbing a mountain and get to see some of Africa - sign us up was the answer ! So it begins.......Nairobi-Kilimanjaro-Mozambique-Cape Town www.tri-life.org.uk please spend just a few minutes watching the video of Jamie why we ...
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Nairobi through to Cape Town in 8 weeks.
A Travel Blog by jojoportobello
... my travelblog where I'll be documenting my amazing african adventure. You'll be able to follow my route as I make my way south from Nairobi, and read about all the sights, smells and sounds along the way. If you've been to any of the places I visit let ...
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A Travel Blog entry by martinc123 from Nairobi, Kenya
... Rocky and Mary for their great hospitality. Spent a few days doing some relaxing activities (i.e. swimming, golfing) and touring around Nairobi. Saw the poor Kibera slums (similar to Soweto, South Africa), the 1st Kenyan President's memorial and tomb, ...
A Travel Blog entry by joelmeeker from Nairobi, Kenya
... we left, I also asked for Antonio Ndungu's cell phone number so I could see if we could have lunch the next day. Antonio is the other deacon in the Nairobi area and also a good friend. It was a very pleasant end to a rather adventurous ...
A Travel Blog entry by riahopkins from Ngara, Nairobi area, Kenya, Nairobi Area, Kenya
... through the scrub to her manyatta (a house made of bricks and mud). We got to see her home, as well as the brush fenced area the family keeps cows. She made the most amazing chai, which we drank sitting in the most amazing scenery. At night, we had ...
A Travel Blog entry by pinkkaz from Nairobi, Kenya
I arrived in Nairobi where I coincidentally met a guy from UNICEF at my hotel. We explored Nairobi together as it is not a place to explore as a blond chick on your own. It's not known as Nai-robbery for nothing! Beautiful violet ...
A Travel Blog entry by joelmeeker from Nairobi, Kenya
... to speed up visa obtention and formalities, so I was quickly through them though baggage was delivered very slowly in the chaotic Nairobi JKA arrival area which looks a bit like a lost-luggage warehouse. I caught a taxi in to the Crowne Plaza hotel where ...
A Travel Blog entry by reef from Nairobi, Kenya
... , and end up living in the huge slums which surround the city, growing exponentially bigger, now housing 1.5 million people. Nairobi's official population is 2.5 million, but this conveniently does not include the huge population in the slums. This means ...
A Travel Blog entry by brad1111 from Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya
... way short of this. We took the scenic route this evening, taking around half an hour to our hotel as we passed an area overlooking Nairobi city before taking in the areas where the president resides. Not too far from here we came across the Palacina, my ...
A Travel Blog entry by sarzmc from Nairobi, Kenya
... some of the parks and government buildings so it was a good way to see the city, as we were a bit apprehensive about wandering around Nairobi by ourselves. We went back to the hotel and ventured up onto the roof for a view of part of the city. There ...
A Travel Blog entry by longwalktour from Nairobi, Kenya
... desert four hours after we had begun in Moyale. We were in a corner room at a busy intersection just outside of downtown Nairobi. A trip like that affects ones senses. Our sensations of time and space had been rattled along with our bones and organs. ...
A Travel Blog entry by dinovagabond from Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya
... my hotel room before dark but this wasn't going to happen. We then tried some hotels in the budget areas (i.e. unsafe areas) of Nairobi but the phone connections were bad. The taxi lady and her friend then started selling me stays at other hotels but ...
A Travel Blog entry by melisach from Nairobi, Kenya
... hand. This was the point of view of slum-tour operators like James Asudi, general manager of Nairobi-based Victoria Safaris, guiding people through an underprivileged area is a legitimate way to fight the poverty they see all around them. "The premise of ...
A Travel Blog entry by ebolaben from Nairobi, Kenya
... I wonder how that guy is doing...he was traveling home to visit his tribe after living in Britain. Upon arriving in Nairobi, things seemed pretty normal. The airport was bustling, and the taxi drivers were as persistent and pushy as ever. After ...
A Travel Blog entry by texasnomads from Nairobi, Kenya
I must admit, I was a little on edge when we pulled up at 4am, once again to the seedy bus area in Nairobi. Maybe it was because we had just finished our 24 hour marathon from Lamu, or maybe it was because we had read and heard all these bad things about ...
A Travel Blog entry by africaadventure from Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya
... did capture over a hundred photos though, lots of editing to be done. SUPPORT OF THE FILM INDUSTRY Another highlight of Nairobi, although some will disagree, was the cinemas. Both being avid movie watchers, not having access to DVD movies and both ...
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