NEWS SERVICE REPORTS FROM THE
this week in PHOTOS
Voyager Beach Resort 80 years repeat client
Kurt Niederer, from Zurich, Switzerland plants a tree to
Mark his 50 years Anniversary since he started visiting
the country. Mr. Niederer who is a retired Electrical
Engineer visited the country first on 31st December 1967
and since then he has been coming every year. He started
staying at Voyager in 1983. He noted he likes coming to
the hotel due to its excellent hospitality.
Participants follow the proceeding during the Kenya
Maritime Authority [ KMA] sensitization workshop on FAL
convention held Nyali Sun Africa Beach Hotel & spa.
Several stakeholders attended the one day workshop.
Kevin Pancholi and his
wife Chhaya from Edgware, London were guests at
Travellers Beach Hotel, Club and Spa seen in a jovial
mood after their unique wedding held at the high seas
aboard a boat. They were accompanied by relatives and
friends. PHOTO BY
Voyager Beach Resort
return client Ms. Margrit Tanner from Switzerland
exchanges contacts with the Hotels Senior Sous chef
Nicholas Otieno [left] on arrival for a two months
holiday. Ms Tanner has been visiting the country for the
past 20 years.
Tourists at Travelers Beach Hotel, Club and Spa
participate in water games in the hotel’s swimming
pool. Despite it being low tourism season, the hotel
has continued receiving many international guests.
NAIROBI (Xinhua) —
Geeta Bandi-Phillips (L), Director of
Advocacy and External Engagement at World Vision,
Somalia and Jamillah Mwanjisi (C), Head of Advocacy,
Save the Children International, Somalia display
copies of the Protection of Children in Conflict
Report in Nairobi, Feb. 15, 2018. An international
charity has warned that 4.7 million children across
East Africa risk dropping out of school this year
due to malnutrition arising from displacement
sparked by drought and conflict.
PHOTO: CHARLES ONYANGO
NAIROBI (Xinhua) —
Yeri Kombe (left), Kenya Medical Research
Institute (KEMRI) Director, Sicily Kariuki (centre),
Kenyan Cabinet Secretary for Ministry of Health and
Naphtali Agata, Chairman, KEMRI attend the 8th KEMRI
Annual Scientific and Health (KASH) conference in
Nairobi, Feb. 14, 2018. Under the theme “Health
Research for Sustainable Development” the three-day
long conference kicked off here on Wednesday.
BEIJING (Xinhua) —
Kenyan villagers wave as a train runs on the
Mombasa-Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway, in Mombasa.
PHOTO: PAN SIWEI
Golf, swimming, squash and tennis.
Mombasa mainland.18 holes with grass fairways. Visitors welcome. Handicap not necessary.
- Monday, Tuesday, Friday and
other days when there are no competitions.
Rates: from U.S. $ 12. Dress code: proper golf