Nairobi is the capital and largest city in Kenya. It has about 3 million inhabitants, 4 million if you add the total metropolitan area, making it the fourth largest city in Africa. It is just over 100 years old and became the capital in 1905, before which Mombasa hold this title.
From the Nairobi Travel Guide
Average cheapest prices by month for budget accommodation in Nairobi
The apartment was nice, but we were disappointed with it. There weren't toilet seats on two of the toilets, and the one that had a toilet seat, was broken. There were no shower curtains on the showers, making the floor slippery. We didn't know from the site information that it was on the 5th floor, and we had an 81 year old lady in our group. ... more
I would like to warn people about Milimani Backpackers. It’s in the Lonely Planet Guidebook. As a hostel it is fine enough but I had a really negative experience with them. They have an area in the back corner next to the wall where people can camp. One evening I was lying down in my tent when a big thunderstorm came. ... more
I usually don't like this wikipedia tool but at least you can get some general info on Nairobi looking at the following links: (En Français) http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nairobi (En Anglais) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nairobi Stay happy! ...
Posted in Mélanie's Blog by Cibulle
Bonjour tout le monde. Je vous invite au Kenya avec moi et vous ne serez pas déçus, croyez-moi sur parole ! Voici une vue prise de mon balcon au Safari Park Lodge. Les jacarandas sont en fleurs au mois d'octobre et la température est idéale pour se promener. Un petit coin de paradis à Nairobi ...
Posted in Kenya by roynovembre