Camp Kichakani

Aloha! It has been a minute since I shared my travel experiences with you guys. Worry not, I’m back! I missed you too :D!! This past weekend I was off camping in Nyahururu, courtesy of Safina. You might remember her from the Longonot post I did some time back. This woman is just thee bomb … More Camp Kichakani

My Mara Experience

SUBA, TA KWENYA :-D!! Hahaha, that is me attempting to greet you guys the way it is done in Maasai land. The former is used when addressing men while the latter is for when you are addressing women. If you are wondering why I am here speaking kimaasai, well it’s because this past weekend I was … More My Mara Experience

Camp Longonot

It felt great to be back on the road this past weekend after being indoors during the previous one, since President Barack Obama was in Nairobi for the weekend to curtain raise for the 6th Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES). We started off our day by catching the sunrise at the Uhuru Park View Point in … More Camp Longonot

Joe Were Photography

“Good things need to be praised.” -William Shakespeare. Today’s post is about one of Kenya’s finest photographers, whose work I draw inspiration from and whom I look up to; Joe Were. As his bio reads, he is an adventure traveller, a linguist, pianist or keyboard player and Just a Band‘s Music Director. He is clearly … More Joe Were Photography

Roadtrip to Timau

8.15 am found us standing at Kencom bus-station in the Nairobi CBD, waiting for the designated drivers to pick us up to go capture the famous golden wheat fields of Timau. One hour later, all eleven of us were seated in our assigned vehicles and off to Meru county. Our first stop was at Kakuzi … More Roadtrip to Timau