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My friend Jess of Leo Tunapika? Has been asking when I would do a post of my food experience while I was in Zanzibar. Hey Jess! I know you have …

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The K1 flea market takes place on Sunday at the K1 Klub House. K1 is a nightspot located in the cool and serene suburbs of Westlands along Parklands – Ojijo …

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I attended the Blankets and Wine this past weekend. If my memory serves me right the last time I was there was probably back in 2014 just when they were …

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London has red buses, New York has it’s taxi cabs, the Philippines has the Jeepneys, New Delhi auto rickshaws, Nairobi has its matatus. Image Source Matatu is slang for mini …

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I made the most of my time in Lamu and tried to visit all the cultural and historical sites on and around the island including Lamu Museum. Lamu museum is …

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I am a huge lover of history and whenever I visit a new town I always make a point of visiting any museums or historical sites. I could not pass …

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As promised in my previous post  here is my post about Swahili House Museum. The Swahili house museum is located in Lamu town and is about a five minute walk …

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Lamu Town is a small town on Lamu Island, which in turn is a part of the Lamu Archipelago in Kenya. Lamu is Kenya’s oldest continually inhabited town, and was one …

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I have so many photos to share so please pardon me if this post is all over the place. I want to try cover a bit of everything in one …

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I recently (when I was writing this post it was a weekend ago) got to attend the recent Koroga Festival, having missed out on the previous edition featuring Oliver Mtukudzi …

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This is the second time I am writing about Jumba la Mtwana, you can read the first post here. I recently visited the ruins and got a chance to explore …

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Planning an East African safari?  you may need to learn a phrase or two in Swahili – one of the most widely spoken languages across the African continent. Here are some …

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Fort Jesus is located at Mombasa on the Kenyan coast. It is one of the three outstanding early Portuguese forts built around the coast of Africa in the 16th century …

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Old Town is a  suburb of Mombasa (Kenya’s 2nd largest city),situated on the south-east side of Mombasa Island. The Old Town covers an area of 72 hectares (180 acres), and …

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It has been a good year for the blog. Not only did the blog win the 2014 Bloggers Association of Kenya Award for best travel blog but I also got …

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Machakos People’s Park was opened in February this year. I had heard a lot about it  and been planning to visit to see what the fuss was all about. Some …

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Located right in the heart of Nairobi City next to Nyayo House is The Nairobi Gallery. It is housed in the Old PC’s (provincial commissioner) office

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We were off by 5 am and Ali our driver (who must have been a rally driver in a different life) managed to get us to the lake’s shore before …

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The weather certainly did not approve of our 4am plans. By the time we woke up it ws raining heavily so for safety’s sake we decided to depart later.

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This morning I had a welcome break from the super early mornings. Nevertheless I did not want to leave my bed. We spent the night in Ken Mosa in Eldoret

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