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  • AfricaDay 5. After breakfast we were picked up by Allen from Gamewatchers in a safari van for our long 4 hour drive to Amboseli national park. I slept on and off the entire way finding it hard to keep Posted by debbep in Wanderlust is an incurable disease! | Jul 1, 2019
  • First day of teaching Robotics at Alliance Boys School We left Kaijiado county Sunday morning and we are now in Karen, right outside of Nairobi. We are staying in a beautiful Bed and Breakfast which is very close to the Posted by aharris20 in STEM4Kenya Trip Summer 2019 | Jun 24, 2019
  • Just arrived in Kenya last night at 12 am. Posted by jhart20 in STEM4Kenya Trip Summer 2019 | Jun 19, 2019
  • Blog#5: Africa Arrived in Kenya around 3:30pm. When I first got off the plane I was amazed. Checked in at Kenya Bay Beach Hotel which costed about 86can dollars for the night. I went to Masai Mara National Reserve and saw many Posted by jalenfigueira in Travel & Tourism Assignment | Jun 2, 2019
  • Masai Mara For wildlife lovers, Masai Mara is one of the finest wildlife destinations which should not be missed. Everything starting from the 'Big 5' to it's breathtaking Savannah makes it a reason to be visited once in a lifetime. Masai Posted by Bulbulonthewing in To travel is to live | Jun 1, 2019
  • Nairobi, Our Last Visit==Nairobi: Our Final Two Days== The train trip back to Nairobi is relaxing as the train is very comfortable and, when passing Tsavo Park, there are quite a few animals to be seen. We arrived in Nairobi in the early evening Posted by danjali in East Africa Adventure | Apr 9, 2019
  • A Few Days at the Kenya Coast==Diani Beach and Mombasa== We spent the night in Nairobi at the Easy Kenya Hotel located near the airport and then caught a flight down to Mombasa. Our next two nights we would spend at Diani Beach. Despite great Posted by danjali in East Africa Adventure | Apr 5, 2019
  • Press freedom in Kenya. And baby elephants. While Dennis was galavanting around Cape Town, I spent the same two weeks in Nairobi. I met Meghan there - my trusty friend and only colleague who's as interested in East Africa as I am. This marked our fourth trip Posted by karenanddennis in Roaming Rwanda | Mar 19, 2019
  • Safari - Amboselli and Lake ManyaraWe are continuing our blog, though we arrived back in Regina a couple of days ago. Finally we are back in the land of reliable internet so it is possible to get our adventures uploaded....... ==Amboseli== We started the Posted by danjali in East Africa Adventure | Mar 15, 2019
  • Our Safari - Lake Naivasha==Lake Naivasha== We had another long journey ahead of us to Lake Naivasha which is just an hour's drive northwest of Nairobi (assuming there are few vehicles on the road ... which is almost never the case!). As we entered Posted by danjali in East Africa Adventure | Feb 25, 2019
  • Our Safari - Masai Mara==Masai Mara== We started off bright and early with Benson from our lovely apartment airbnb in Nairobi, heading to Masai Mara which is one of Kenya’s premier parks. It is the Kenya counterpart of Serengeti in Tanzania. Benson had let Posted by danjali in East Africa Adventure | Feb 25, 2019
  • Days in Nairobi==Nairobi== Hi Everyone, We seem to be getting further behind with our blog posts as the wifi is getting more and more sketchy. It feels like a huge accomplishment when it comes together. I sure am looking forward to Posted by danjali in East Africa Adventure | Feb 23, 2019
  • Back to Kenya AgainWe had breakfast at our hotel and then a driver picked us up and took us to the shuttle bus. They said it would take 5 hours to get to Nairobi. The shuttle left a little after 8:00 and we Posted by katdill in Back to Africa | Feb 22, 2019
  • Back to TanzaniaWe had another early start, although it was delayed a little because Cindy got the time wrong and had to be hurried along by Joseph. We drove thru the park and out another exit to get to the border post Posted by katdill in Back to Africa | Feb 17, 2019
  • Amboseli National ParkWe didn’t have to get up early this morning for the game drive. But of course, we woke up early anyway. So there was time for a little birdwatching and laundry. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/450549/A846FA74-6516-40A0-9A14-FC5CECB59600.jpeg capt Posted by katdill in Back to Africa | Feb 17, 2019
  • On to NakuruWe got an early start (7:45) headed back over the awful road to get back to the main highway to travel to Nakuru. Joseph says the Masai don’t want the road to be improved in their area. If it were Posted by katdill in Back to Africa | Feb 17, 2019
  • A Great Game DriveWe were up early so we could leave at 6:20 am for an all day game drive. We were extremely fortunate and saw all the big five, elephant, lion, buffalo, rhino, and leopard! We also saw all the ugly five, Posted by katdill in Back to Africa | Feb 14, 2019
  • On Safari AgainWe had our breakfast at the hotel. I had assumed it was included with the room, but no it wasn’t and it was quite expensive! Oh well. I had told the desk clerk we would be picked up at 6:30 Posted by katdill in Back to Africa | Feb 14, 2019
  • Lake Nakuru and Bogoria==Lake Nakuru and Bogoria== These next four days we spent at Lake Nakuru and Lake Bogoria both known as places we would see flamingoes. Dana has had a fascination with flamingos since her childhood so being someplace we would see Posted by danjali in East Africa Adventure | Feb 9, 2019
  • CHE SHALE THE BEAUTY OF COAST BEACH LIFEAre you looking for a quiet laid-back place for a weekend getaway, a place where you can enjoy your honey moon or maybe looking for a secluded place to get away from the hustle and bustle of life? Che shale Posted by See my life in My Beautiful World | Jan 21, 2019
  • Goodbye to WatamuLazy days In Watamu, walking in the morning, hiding from the sun in the afternoon. The patio they have here is a comfortable place to sit, although the noise of the tuk-tuks can be pretty bad. Friday morning we went Posted by katdill in Back to Africa | Jan 19, 2019
  • Days in WatamuWe usually start each day with a morning walk, before the sun gets high and it gets so hot. If it is overcast, it is even better. We’ve been exploring different routes around town. On Tuesday morning Don went snorkeling. Posted by katdill in Back to Africa | Jan 16, 2019
  • Settling in to WatamuWe have spent the last couple of days just settling, finding our way around, buying groceries, etc. We got moved into our new hotel room, which ended up being a 2 bedroom one, because the 1 bedroom one had some Posted by katdill in Back to Africa | Jan 14, 2019
  • We Made ItAfter about 24 hours of travelling, we finally arrived in Nairobi around 9:30 pm. We were pleasantly surprised to find that after having gone thru security in Saskatoon as we were leaving, we didn’t have to go thru security again, Posted by katdill in Back to Africa | Jan 12, 2019
  • Some Relaxing Days at Watamu Beach==Watamu== We left Wasini after one last delicious breakfast at the Blue Monkey and Feisal took us across on his boat to the mainland. Luckily for us, the tide was in and so we did not have to wade out Posted by danjali in East Africa Adventure | Jan 8, 2019
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