The apartment is situated on a large plot of land with mature trees, adjacent to the Nairobi Arboretum
- No shoes in the house
-Please be aware of loud music and other noises-especially late at night as we have neighbors,
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I am grateful everyday for the opportunity to walk and breath on this earth. There are so many nooks and crannies to explore on this planet; I would be arrogant to think that I can see them all!
Nevertheless, it is challenging for me to think of anything more exhilarating and exciting than travelling to a new place--whether its seeing the same sun rise from a different perspective, the same water cascading down a different waterfall, or the same rock weathered differently by aeons of storms, this beautiful planet is always different, yet always the same.
Like wise, there is something incredibly spiritual about meeting a new person with an uniquely individual and unforgettable personality, stimulating conversation, and the realisation that there is really nothing that separates us on this earth.
If I stay somewhere, whether it's someone's house, or camping in the middle of the woods, it's a little piece of the same planet, so I will treat it with respect and love, and try to leave as small a foot-print there as possible.