Nyeri

“For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.” – Robert Louis Stevenson A few friends and I were on the road again this past weekend and this time we decided to go explore Nyeri. Nyeri town is 148 kilometres from … More Nyeri

Matata Photography

During one of our very many conversations with one of my good friends and fellow photographer, Reinhard Mue, he advised me that other than just putting my work on the blog that I should consider featuring other photographers as well. I found this to be a brilliant idea, after all I resonate with Helen Keller’s … More Matata Photography

Lukenya

Lukenya is derived from the Maasai word, EruKenya. The Maasai people named it after the mist or smog that can still be seen to date encroaching the Ukambani and Kajiado plains. It is situated in Athi River, which is a 30 to 40 minutes drive (either by personal car or public means) from the Nairobi … More Lukenya

Leading Lines

I have always been fascinated by the Ngong’ Hills and until recently I had never gone hiking there. But I can now proudly say that I have been there and done that :). The word Ngong’, as I came to learn not so long ago, is a Maasai word meaning knuckles. If you fold your … More Leading Lines