Country Living at Kiambethu Farm

In line with the current #whyilovekenya campaign, this post covers one of my 101 reasons:Country Living. I like to pride myself as a country girl in heels. I love the country but I love my heels more 🙂 . On the weekend I revisited Kiambethu Farm and this time was keen to actually carry a camera with me. Kiambethu Farm

The Bad Place, Nile Rafting

“You’re crazy, I like it, you will have a great time” these words still ring in my ears until today. In our 60-person group, who were mostly 20-something students and backpackers from England and the United States, I was the only person who couldn’t swim but I remember clearly seeing on the website swimming and rafting experience

Samburu Redifined

Samburu holds a special place for me individually and a greater significance to my blogging. 4 years ago in June 2012, I visited Samburu and my experience there led to my need to document my travel. Up until today that was my most luxurious trip ever. Last weekend of June I ran away from the chilly rainy

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