A friend of mine came to visit Nairobi and she wrote about 11 things a visitor or resident can do in this city. Check out her blog Mugisher.com Continue reading 11 things to do in Nairobi
“Why do you write?” This is a question I always get to be asked by friends, fellow bloggers, colleagues and even family members. The answer is so simple, I write to tell my travel stories. I do write to share my experiences on my travel. It’s through writing that I feel like am talking to many people And would wish for them to learn one or two things. My passion for writing came from people who kept on asking me to tell them how my travel was like. That’s the reason my writing theme is in a form as though … Continue reading Why do I write?
How are you all dear friends? for me am just indoors on myself quarantine and decided to share a reason why i love one of my best hobby as many have been asking whats my favorite hobby or activity that i partake on my free time. I got many hobbies that i love but today i am talking of why i love cycling and why its one activity that i encourage most of my friends to take up for their leisure and travel. For sometime now, cycling has been my fun thing to do for me during my free time. … Continue reading Why do I love Cycling?
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Been a while. Traveling without a camera, not thinking of what to put in a post and having not to review the destinations is really lovely. But at the same time, it feels weird going… Continue reading A Different Kind Of Fun: Lake Magadi
Have you been looking for exciting places in Nairobi that can make your weekend amazing, relaxing and above all memorable one? Nairobi as a city has got so much to offer and interesting places one can visit over the weekend and I am sharing some of my favorite places within the city to go explore and enjoy a weekend either on Saturday or Sunday and they are as follows: 1. Karura Forest (walk and picnic) This is the largest urban forest that you can find in Kenya. As by the name, this is a beautiful forest plantations covering some 630 … Continue reading Nairobi? Here are pocket friendly places to visit
Happy new year to you all……. It’s now almost 20 days into the new year how is the year taking you so far? Personally, it’s been good so far all doing cleaning of my tent and sleeping bag to selecting my maps so far. What are your plans for the year? I hope you got more travel plans for this year. So far my list and travel schedule is coming up so well and it’s my wish also to meet some of you loyal followers of my travel Stories or even have you join in some of the adventures in … Continue reading My 2020 Travel Plan
Today is not a travel story but a note of Gratitude to you all. I am writing this blog to thank everyone who has been supportive to the success of my Travel Stories. There are those who joined me on my adventures to some it was their first camping, others they enjoyed their first rugged travel and away from their comfortable homes spent nights and days on the road to places they have not been or they just read or heard of in stories. There are those who shared with me places that they wished to see me visit and … Continue reading 2019 has been great, Thank You All
Someone once said “A Good Friend Listens To Your Adventures. A Best Friend Makes Them With You.” this has been my measure for who I can call adventurous friends. And the weekend started on 17th turned this words true and if I am to trade anything else with the 5 friends I was with, I wouldn’t as I would only request to pack our bags right now and just go where the roads or the grounds that can welcome us as the 6 of us. Our first minutes into the journey made Izaak Walton sound like a travel prophet when … Continue reading Adventure back to Nguruman and Loita hills