Some of the perks of living in Nairobi is getting to the national park in less than an hour. It’s been a long and grim Nairobi winter and naturally, I thought it would be a good time to leave the comfort of my sheets and […]
In the last post, we travelled from North Horr to Ngurunit. This is the last post of this series, covering the journey from Ngurunit to Nairobi as well as some important tips to help you plan your trip. If this is the first post you are […]
A First Timer’s Guide to Go-Karting Hello Friends, I hope you are doing well. I went Go Karting at Whistling Morans over the weekend and here is everything you need to know before partaking in this adventure activity. Whistling Morans Location Whistling Morans is located […]
The Nairobi Gallery houses cultural art collected by the late Vice President, Joseph Murumbi. Together with his wife Sheila Murumbi, they collected African textiles, jewelry, stamps and rare ancient books all over Africa and parts of Asia.
The Nairobi National Museum The Nairobi National Museum is a must-visit for anyone interested in Kenyan history, heritage, and art. I haven’t been since it was reopened back in 2008 and I have to say I was quite impressed. Overall the museum is beautifully curated […]
Updated in October 2020 New year, new challenges! This year, I decided to take up new challenges in all aspects of my life. With regards to travel, I decided to be more adventurous so basically do things that I would not ordinarily do. For example, […]
Updated on 5th May, 2021 Nairobi Burger Festival It was Burger festival week here in Nairobi similar to Nairobi Restaurant Week (which comes at the beginning of the year) and Pizza Festival (which comes later in the year) put together by EatOut. For a couple of days (often […]