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There’s an expression you often hear people saying whenever they get to a place where they can only imagine the extraordinary things that happened there: “if only these streets could …

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Nairobi has in a century risen from a frontier uninhabited swampland to a maddening, cosmopolitan and without doubt one of Africa’s most dynamic cities. Welcome to Nairobi, a city of …

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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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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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Some months ago I stumbled across a chameleon in a nearby thicket, and after taking several snapshots using my camera phone, I thought of  a plan to photograph the little …

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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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This trip has been a long time coming, originally I had planned to go out of town but that will have to wait. I’m off to the Nairobi suburb of …

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Nairobi being the only capital city that has a National park within its borders means that you come from the concrete jungle to the actual jungle in less than an …

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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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This blog post has taken me ages to write. I have a pretty relaxed attitude towards blogging and if it weren’t for my boss this would probably have been up …

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The Nairobi Railway Art Gallery was established in January 2012 by the Railway Museums management in collaboration with ECAK (Educultural Artists Kenya).

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