Mastic 2010-02-09 06:13:07
There have been a number of violent attacks and murders of
residents in recent years. Muggings and armed attacks by gangs can
any time, particularly in Nairobi and Mombassa. There have been a
recent armed attacks on Golf Courses around Nairobi, be extra vigilant
playing in remote areas away from the Club House of any golf courses.
alert at all times. Do not accept food or drink from strangers as it
drugged. Only stay in tourist camps with good perimeter security.
doubt, seek advice from your tour operator or the Kenya Tourist
(Tel: + 254 20 604730). Avoid travelling after dark in isolated
particularly empty beaches. Do not carry valuables or wear jewellery
public places. Do not carry credit cards or cash cards unless you
people have been forced by thieves to withdraw cash. Beware of
posing as police officers; always ask to see identification.
Britons in remote areas or border regions could also be targets of
or kidnappings. Incidents of armed car-hijackings are more prevalent
Nairobi and Mombassa but can occur in any area of the country. Do not
attempt to escape from hijackers or resist their demands.
You should take sensible precautions for your personal and vehicle
travelling in convoy in remote areas.
sounds like TNB to me.
Malaria is endemic outside of Nairobi and in areas below 1,800 metres
sea level. Before travelling you should take medical advice on
anti-malarial medication, and during your stay in Kenya ensure that
adequate precautions against being bitten by mosquitoes.
HIV or AIDS is also widespread and transmission may also occur through
sub-standard medical facilities. Water is of variable quality and you
advised to drink bottled water wherever possible.
Food prepared by unlicensed vendors should be avoided at any time.
What happened to your ‘Booming economy’???