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AIRBNB EXPERIENCES.

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Happy 2017! Not to sound cliché but it’s a new year with new experiences and new travels. Lets make it epic, shall we? Last Year, Airbnb launched ‘Trips’ which is aimed to change the way we travel. I am excited to be a part of the inaugural team that helps […]

Kenyan Adventures

Ngong Wind Farm

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Travellers rarely explore their own hometowns. I am no exception to the rule as I am just beginning to explore Nairobi. There are so many treasures that you are never really keen on till you actually go there. One particular place here in Nairobi, is the Ngong Wind Farm. Located […]

Kenyan Adventures

Nairobi Railway Museum.

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I have always had a fascination with museums. The fact that they hold centuries and even millenniums worth of history in one place, never seizes to amaze me. This is what drew me to the Nairobi Railway Museum. Located within the CBD (along Uhuru Highway), this historical site holds railway […]

Kenyan Adventures

Solace in Nairobi Arboretum

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There are very few places where I could say I have found equanimity; a true state of mental calmness. One of these places is by bright blue waters, with waves crashing down, light showers, the sun in my face and the wind in my kinky hair.You take in the moment […]

Kenyan Adventures

My Nairobi: 2015

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“There is never a dull moment in Nairobi” 2015 has been the year that I rediscovered my city, Nairobi. It is a cosmopolitan city that is a melting pot of different cultures with perfect imperfections that give it character. From the graffiti matatus booming music for the whole city to […]

People Go Places

People Go Places: Australia

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Hello there! I hope you had a lovely week! Today’s post is a new one from a new blog series, “People Go Places”. This series is mostly the experiences of other people in new places. Hope you enjoy it! Marvin Kamata, a young Kenyan university student recently visited Australia and […]

Kenyan Adventures

JULY

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Hello! The month of July was somehow architectural. This was not intentional but when I came to gather the photos at the end of the month, I simply noticed it. But I was largely inspired last month by the differences in architectural languages that exists in Kenya which you can […]