5 things to do in Nairobi

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Nairobi is undoubtedly one of Africa’s most popular travel destinations and for good reason too. There’s plenty of amazing things to do in Nairobi and here’s my top 5.

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3 Crucial Tips for first time Airbnb users

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Airbnb has blown up to become one of the “go to” sites for travellers especially millennials for affordable and budget friendly accommodation in recent years. Today, I thought I’d share some quick tips for first time Airbnb users. I am personally a huge fan of  Airbnb as it is an amazing concept both for travellers and hosts alike, plus it’s a great way to save money while travelling as some of it’s options are definitely cheaper than conventional accommodation options.

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It’s my blogiversary!

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My first blogiversary

Wow, I see confetti and cake everywhere :-), at least in my mind hehehehe!! I can’t believe it’s been one year already. It seems like just the other day when I decided to share my passion for travel and all things travel. I had no idea that I would come this far. What I know for sure is that I am grateful to everyone of you who takes time to come on here and read the articles I post. Your views, comments and likes are deeply and highly appreciated.

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Why Kenyans don’t travel

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While am aware that travel is not everyone’s cup of tea, today I will be sharing some reasons why I think as Kenyans we don’t travel. I would also like to state that I am aware that we all have different social, economic backgrounds and various life obligations. For sometime now, I have been asked how I afford to travel. If I had a nickel for everytime I’ve been asked that then I would for sure afford to travel hustle free for the rest of my life 🙂 :-). There is no secret really, like everything good in life there has to be some element of hardwork, preparation and sacrifice.

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Karen Blixen Museum

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If you are from Nairobi and or  live in Nairobi, chances are that you are quite acquainted with the affluent suburbs of Karen. But do you know that Karen is named after world renowned author and artist Karen Blixen. Karen Blixen relocated with her husband Baron Blixen in the early 1900’s left a mark in Kenya, more so Karen where she lived for almost two decades. I spent an afternoon with my friend Sally at the Karen Blixen house in Karen and enjoyed a the beautiful home and the amazing scenery that this beautiful house rest from the leafy green environs but a small section of the Ngong Hills.

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