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A visit to the Blue Posts Hotel in Thika offers you a chance to see 3 waterfalls in close proximity to each other. The Fourteen Falls is an amazing sight... This is what Guy St. Clair says about it in his blog (http://gstcjourney.blogspot.com/2010/10/thika-fourteen-falls-and-blue-post.html)
"...it was lovely to be there on a Saturday afternoon and see so many people enjoying themselves. The waterfalls are an amazing sight, and while the local boys are anxious to pick up a few extra shillings by taking you out in the water for a ride in their boats (none of which looked particularly secure to me), I declined. I also declined the offer from one fellow to go to the top of the falls and dive in ("It won't cost you much," he said, but I wasn't so sure - if he were knocked dead from the fall, where would the blame land, I wonder? Would I suddenly become an "accomplice" in a local's death in a foreign country? Not a chance I wanted to take!)"
The Blue Posts Hotel has an Animal Park with ostriches, tortoises and other animals (extra charge).
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How to get there:
It's pretty straight forward to get to, but because there's no sign not so easy to know where the turn off is! You may have to ask, but basically, from Nairobi just keep on the main highway from Nairobi to Thika. Soon, after you pass the Delamere shop on your left (before you reach Thika) there's a fairly large bridge going across the road. Take the turning off to the bridge and go across the bridge.Blue Posts is right there, it has a big entrance and is easy to see.
"I dislike feeling at home when I am abroad" - George Bernard Shaw