Living in Nairobi

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Ten Uniquely Kenyan Things

Like everything else in life, Kenya has positive as well as negative things and events associated with it. This post seeks to highlight some of the positive things worth celebrating about Kenya. In no...

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Bump-And-Rob Attacks

The natural reaction when a vehicle hits your car from  behind is to stop and get out to assess the damage or call the police. However, police now warn motorists to assess the surrounding...

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Mt Ololokwe

The distinctive flat-topped shape and high sheer cliff drops of the 2,000m high Mt Ololokwe towering over the Samburu plains a short distance past Archers Post in Northern Kenya, never fails to turn heads....

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Inter-City Passenger Train Service in Kenya

Rift Valley Railway (RVR), a concessionaire currently operating the railway network in Kenya and Uganda since 2006, provides limited Inter-City passenger train service in Kenya. Historically, Mombasa and Kisumu are the only destinations from...

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Nairobi Safari Walk

The Nairobi Safari Walk offers a unique setting for visitors to see Kenya’s flora and fauna in habitats that simulate natural environments, albeit on a smaller scale than the large National Parks and Game...

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Nairobi City Market

The Nairobi City Market, sandwiched between Muindi Mbingu Street and Koinange Street, is a favorite with Nairobi residents for its butcheries that offer a wide variety of meat products, from the common beef, goat...