Pangoni Beach Resort & Spa

Msa Malindi Rd, Shanzu, Kenya | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Shanzu

Ripped off city tour and my first kiss

A travel blog entry by lisamae on Jul 12, 2014

... we were in had to be back on the other side of the city in less than an hour. We were all less than impressed, with some eye rolling and possible hand on hips motions.
After being ripped off and only getting to the Hilton arcade a group of us went to Carnivore for dinner. This restaurant specializes in meat as the name suggests but has nothing on the Raglan butcher. The dinner was enjoyable and the night finished with some drinks and clubbing in ...

CSI: Kenya Edition

A travel blog entry by tfranklin810 on May 14, 2014

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... countries to do so! Then came the confidence building activity. We did an activity called “Got Your Back” which I have done numerous times with my sorority and other student organizations I am involved in. Basically, everyone in the group tapes a piece of paper to their back and everyone else writes one positive word that they think describes the person at hand. After everyone has written on everyone else’s backs, each person talks a turn to say their ...

Oral Health

A travel blog entry by masonken on May 05, 2014

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Today we got to sleep in! But I still woke up at 6:45am in a panic. I laid in bed until about 8:30am, rolled out and went downstairs to get coffee. Erik made coffee this morning and I hope he gets used to it. I am getting a little hungrier in the mornings so that's a plus. Tomorrow I am hoping to put down some eggs in the morning so I’m not hungry by 11am. Even though I got 8 hours of sleep I was still so tired from all the Lake Nakuru action and the baboon ...

The first day of placements!

A travel blog entry by masonken on Apr 30, 2014

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... at people from different cultures, we cannot help but stare because we want to learn more and are fascinated by what we see because we don’t see it everyday.

The greeted us with handshakes and hugs and I was in tears of how thankful they were to see us. They took us into the church across from the school and had a formal introduction. The principal, director, pastor and owner all stated in their speech that they ...

Lost patients, African singing and giraffe spit.

A travel blog entry by anniexf on Apr 13, 2014

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... starts teaching Patricia about Jambo. I tell her not to say it or she’ll look like a huge tourist. Which I guess it what we look like anyway. “Hibari jako,” I tell her. It sounds better. Mostly I’m along on this trip so that I can get some money from the ATM for my safari tomorrow. I’ve been assured by everyone I’ve talked to that the ATMs in Nairobi always work. Wilson starts telling Patricia about ...