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Trip Start Aug 15, 2009
30Trip End Oct 05, 2009
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TIP: The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust also has a small stall and the opportunity to foster one of the animals under their care. Any of the elphant or rhinocerous are able to be fostered for $50 USD. You will recieve a pack with a certificate, a watercolour picture, and a magazine about the Trust. You can also get a little picture card of your elephant (or in my case another elephant as Kilaguni didn't have one yet. You will also recieve updates about your foster animal via email. For more information check out their website: http://www.sheldrickwildlifetrust.org/asp/fostering.asp
TIP: Have the chance to get up close and personal with Rothschild Giraffe at the AFEW Giraffe Centrehttp://www.giraffecenter.org/
TIP: Nairobi's International Airport has plenty of shops - books, souvenier, duty free but not too many food shops. You can easily amuse your time but have a good feed before heading to the airport, especially if you're a veggie.