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This post is loooong overdue, in fact I am ashamed of mentioning when I traveled (but my Instagram will definitely sell me out). I honestly had every intention of blogging …

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Located at the main entrance of the Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary, the Sarova Taita Hills Game Lodge is a luxury lodge of 60 spacious rooms and two suites, all with their …

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Set in the heart of the Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary and overlooking a waterhole and the vast Tsavo plains, the Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge is a fitting destination for safari lovers. …

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I (and a couple of other people from the media) recently got invited by the management of the Panari group of hotels to check out their new resort in Nyahururu. …

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This past weekend was traveling to the new Panari Resort in Nyahururu and part of the itinerary was a stopover for lunch at Lake Ol’ Bolossat. I had never heard …

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The iconic Sarova Stanley Hotel stands at the junction of Kimathi Street and Kenyatta Avenue. I recently took a tour of The Sarova Stanley (maybe next time they will have …

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This was originally meant to be a review of Jambohouse, the guesthouse I stayed in while in Lamu for the cultural festival but I felt like it would be incomplete …

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I was contacted by the good people at Rupu and asked if I wanted to try out one of their travel deals. Rupu is an online shopping platform and they …

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Serena Sweetwaters Camp lies at the centre of the 110,000-acre Ol Pejeta Conservancy, in the Laikipia plains 17 kilometres from Nanyuki and 217 kilometres from Nairobi. Ol Pejeta is a …

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1. GREAT LOCATION Overlooking the Central Park,  Nairobi Serena Hotel is located just five minutes’ walk from the Central Business District.   The Exterior The hotel is conveniently a 30-minute …

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Kilaguni Serena Safari lodge is among the first lodges ever to be built in a park in Kenya, back in 1962.  The lodge is located within the Tsavo West National …

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As promised here is part two of my review of The Sands at Chale. If you missed part one you can check it out here.   When in Chale you …

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I had never heard of Chale up until last year,  but once I heard about it I could not wait to visit. Chale is a small island (about 1km from …

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I have always desired to visit the Amboseli National Park and earlier this year my dream came true. I could easily have camped out in the wild without a care but …

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Late last year I traveled to Mombasa for a friend’s wedding and decided to stay on after the wedding to explore the coast. One of the places I got to …

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New Year greetings to all, I’m back from the Christmas break and looking forward to another great year of travel and blogging. Let’s get the ball rolling … Eliye Springs, also …

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Kerio View was without a doubt the best hotel we spent our night in during the unexpected Kenya journey. Though I did not get to spend a lot of time …

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July in Nairobi is what we consider our ‘winter’ (temperatures occasionally drop to the low teens or single digits). We had intended to go for a picnic in Machakos but …

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It was my last day in Watamu, I was going to be home alone so my friend suggested that I visit her where she works; the Temple Point Resort. Temple Point …

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Thought I would take a bit of a break from the Marsabit County series and blog about my favorite coastal destination, Watamu.  My last post on Watamu was about the …

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