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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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Day 6 started off slow and found us in Iten, the home of champions – over the last 30 years, the town has produced world-class long distance

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Unlike yesterday, thankfully nothing went wrong today, so I have nothing to rant about. Day 5 started off early, 5 am in order to catch the sunrise.

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Last night was a bit of a nightmare. We spent the whole day shooting so naturally we were exhausted. All I wanted was to take a hot shower and sleep.

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Day 2 didn’t start off too well, we all overslept including Seronei, our driver. It was one of those mornings where I heard my alarm

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Hundreds of kilometers north of the capital Nairobi, lies the vast remote arid lands of northern Kenya. In this post we bring you a mixture of the sights of northern …

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Are you visiting Nairobi for the first time? Or have you lived here your whole life and are looking for something new and interesting to do in the city – …

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I honestly never thought I would be writing this post. The next time someone asks me when was the last time you did something new for the first time, I’ll …

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This week I am taking you back to the Sibiloi National Park in Northern Kenya – commonly referred to by Anthropologists as the Cradle of Mankind. Koobi Fora which lies …

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KOROGA based on a Swahili word that literally translated as ‘stir’ is a Kenyan term for having a cook-out, getting together and sharing a good laugh over a meal and …

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Early last month, I had the opportunity to participate in something I am very passionate about, conservation. I was able to join Africa Point for their Save Mount Kenya campaign. …

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I honestly don’t know where to start. It feels like a simple thank you just won’t cut it. Since it’s the best that I can do for now, I will …

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Loiyangalani is a small town located on the southeastern coast of Lake Turkana, a frontier region in Northern Kenya. I have been to Loiyngalani twice, the first trip being 

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I know I said that this post was meant to go up last week well… life happened. Sorry to have kept you waiting, I hope you all had a lovely …

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Hey guys, Happy New Year! I hope it started off well for you. Welcome back to the blog, I am back from the Christmas break and looking forward to a …

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