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
Good value, friendly and homely. Easy access to airport and central locations. Would definitely stay again. ... more
Fantastic, private and quiet place to stay near the centre of Nairobi. I only stayed one night and really appreciated the restful sleep. The owners of this property left an excellent breakfast basket for me and made sure that I had an enjoyable stay. ... more
Jambo (hello)! After 28 hours from the time we left our house, we made it to our hotel in Nairobi. Don't have much to report, though, as we still have not seen anything yet. It was 9pm local time, therefore dark out and not able to see much so far. We checked in to hotel (they greeted us with a fruity ...
Posted in Africa 2009 by lgmaurer