Goodness! It’s been quite a while. Lots of life changes at the moment, settling in and trying to find a balance. I recently moved to New Zealand and trying to find my feet. Hence, my two month hiatus. I’m back now and I hope to post every so often.
So today, I decided to jump on “Taking Stock” bandwagon for two reasons; one, because it gives me a level of accountability and two, its a great way to interact with you guys on a personal level and hopefully a way to get to know me more. Here we go.
From my previous post here, you may be aware that I spent the most amazing 36 hours in the enchanting Barcelona. The city’s modernist architecture, vibrance and culture is one of a kind. Barcelona has a luring aura about it that is quite inviting as you stroll through the streets. Today I will highlight what I got up to in the 36 hours I was there.
In 2015; I made several attempts to visit Barcelona and they all proved to be unsuccessful. Mainly because my plans were made around the summertime when flight tickets and accommodation are insanely expensive. I had to be patient and I decided to hold off visiting Barcelona for a more opportune time.
Hallo everyone, this will be a very short post. I recently got nominated for the Bloggers Association of Kenya awards in the Travel Category. It would mean the world to me if you spared a few moments of your time to vote for me.
Your can cast your vote by visiting http://www.blogawards.co.ke/vote/. Thank you all for your support ever since I started this journey and thank you in advance for voting for me.
For most of us; the fondest memory we have of Giraffe Centre is probably in pre-school. Allow me to take you back to when this was the dopest adventure as a 5 or 6 year old. Well, I don’t know about you, I never quite understood the significance of Giraffe Centre until about a few years ago. The amazing job that they do each day to conserve the environment and particularly the endangered Rothschild giraffe.
I believe the solution to inspire more Kenyans to travel is pure and simple competition by service providers, be it airlines, hotels or even tour operators. Competition yields great pricing options and best possible outcomes for the consumer in terms of cost. So, was I glad that Fastjet got their license to operate in Kenya? Yes! I was ecstatic about it. I will delve into why competition is great and weigh in some of my opinions on air travel in Africa and particularly East Africa. I would suggest a cup of coffee or tea because I have a mouth full to say.