I am a lady who loves her country thats Kenya and its neighbours in Eastern Africa, Life is too precious to be confined in one area, Its through travel that we learn a whole lot. I own East Africa Luxury Travel & Events; during my free time I tour guide or just drive around and wander.....
....My journey in tourism professionally started back in 1999 after clearing high school and Joining College; a way for my parent to keep me off trouble as I await my admission in journalism school..my sister still thinks i should have tried radio - dont ask why lol!--well it never happened, after my industrial attachment in Tsavo I fell madly, truly, crazily in love with Tourism which also made me realize it was always in my blood having been an active member of Wildlife clubs of kenya, Environmental clubs etc and actually writing about all our trips through our journalism club during my Primary and High school life......Its been a passionate journey that paved way for East Africa Luxury Travel after 10yrs of Employment and travel, its funny how it came to be though; coz it was still at the back of my mind , but the birth of my son hastened it as then I needed to do something that wont make me miss a single of his milestone and working from home was a super option and in the year 2009 I was blessed with two newborns......hehe, best Thing ever.....Am still hooked to tourism and before I recommend, Market or Package a destination I make sure I experience it first.....follow me and you can also experience my part of the world and feel free to share your part too.........and lots of laughter.....
You may Ask yourself why hire a Travel Agent, When we can plan or get most of the information online? its simple, agents are still the experts, and, bottom line, they know more about travel and have access to more deals than your average vacationer. Phocuswright, a travel […]
If you have ever harboured the secret wish of finding yourself the sole inhabitant of a beautiful tropical island, but without the effort of having to lift a finger to fend for yourself, Mnemba Island is just the place for you! Discover sheer, unpretentious paradise on this private […]
As I sip down my dawa at Valley Coffee in Yala Towers Nairobi, admiring the view of Nairobi from the balcony couldn’t help but remember a journey I had taken a few days earlier so I decided why not share it with others as I awaited for my […]
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For many when they want to getaway from their usual routine few consider or actually try this town in central kenya…something I witnessed last week on a journey to my rural town Kiria-ini with my fellow Travel ethusiasts…Murang’a rocks our television screens for both good and bad news […]
Originally posted on The Kenyan Camper:
So where did we leave off? Our arrival…hunger pangs…the blazing meteoroid….all that was in Part 1. So it’s a new day and we’re up early, aiming to visit the small settlement of Gotu where the Gotu Waterfalls are located and also pass…
Originally posted on My Travel Stories:
It’s been a long time, seconds turning to minutes and minutes growing to hours but I could not allow the hours to grow into days or weeks as I was thinking of right words, better ways of construction for paragraphs, or research…
Ooh God of all creation Bless this our land and Nation…as a little child in primary school when we sang the national anthem it was all about obeying the rules and following the regulations, we sang without much attachments.. So when did My passion for this great love […]
If you read my last post ”From watamu with Love’ by now you know I had sworn not to go by bus any journey over 300km unless am driving me there hehe…Well I just did use a bus to Diani last weekend ooh to Mombasa ….well with such […]
A visit to Nyahururu left me wondering if the town is in Nyandarua or Laikipia county well still in dispute..this name Nyahururu still puts a smile on my face as a friend from faar-away cant pronounce it, she keeps saying Nyururu….hehe. The name means a windy or stomy […]