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Great Rift View

Beautiful night with the a clear sky, listening to some Jonathan Butler, breathtaking view of Naivasha town and the south lake from my balcony at the Great Rift lodge. 357 more words


Hello world!

Hello world,

After so much self debating and pushing from my good friend WT I now start this blog and I hope it will be a blessing, entertaining, educating and all the good things I have planned for it. 88 more words

Good Times

Lover Lyrics by Bahati

(Sung in Swahili)*

Kama ni mapenzi nilishatafuta sana (I looked for love high and low)
Kama ni kutoswa nilishatosa kwa bana (I was rejected in many places) 181 more words

Swahili Lyrics

In Your Dreams!

I am such a dreamer. I believe in extra ordinary possibilities. Yes, the line between faith and dreaming is probably very thin but what if there is a place for both? 723 more words


Black millet ugali with meat

Making black millet ugali in Khabakaya Primary school and Rise&Shine special school.

In Kenya, ugali is the name for the most common mealtime starch: a thick, stiff porridge made from white cornmeal or red millet. 299 more words


Sugarcane or maize? A challenge for kenyan farmers

Kenya’s economy is dominated by agriculture which is also the largest contributor to Kenya’s gross domestic product (GDP). But at the same time only around 15-17% of the land has sufficient fertility and rainfall to be farmed and only 7-8% can be considered to be first-class land. 650 more words


This is Nairobi : Flowers, Flowers Everywhere

A Passion Flower

Nairobi is a place of amazing Bio-Diversity. This post will include pictures of plants flowers I have come across.

the Petals on these flowers were like a very thin paper… 240 more words