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If you are looking for a convenient and lovely place to stay while in Nairobi/Karen, Macushla House is the one!
Hippo Point is an exclusive private wildlife conservancy, located between Lake Naivasha and Lake Oloidien. It is the perfect place to let go of your busy life!
Sandai Homestay & Cottages is a German-owned farm stay guest house on the plains between the Aberdare mountains and Mount Kenya. Your home away from home!
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Presenting my Favorite Kenya Lodges, Hotels and Camps! Personal reviews & pictures will tell & show you why they are our favorites!
After almost two weeks of exclusively eating Indian food, we take a wedding breather to get some, you guessed it, Indian food. But not just any: grub that
I’m covered in dust. I’m thirsty. The sun is beating down. And it’s waaaay past lunch time when we get to Distant Relatives in Kilifi. I stumble from
Chloe Mitchell Millinery, formerly 'Drop of a Hat' – Hats that are unique, young, vibrant and affordable and there is something for everyone.
The Birds of Kenya have every bird-lovers heart jump with joy, and win everybody else's over in a heart beat!!
It’s been a long Wednesday and I’m glad to get out of the house. I get to The Arbor on James Gichuru and find a cozy spot in the beautiful garden. A very
Nothing ever changes here but the weather. The same seems to be true for Carnivore. If you can live off your reputation, you don’t have to upgrade your
Hands down: my current favorite! We start off with a strawberry-cranberry dawa. I could easily drink these all day, every day. Not too sweet (this could
I love coffee. We all love coffee. Whether we can wrap our heads around the ridiculous prices for a 375gm bag of Kenyan coffee in Kenya for Kenyans, or