I was in Zimbabwe during the coup

Can you remember what you were doing on 14th November 2017 at around noon? Don’t go back to the calendar and see it was a Tuesday and say “duhh it was a weekday, of course, I was in the office.” Nope. That doesn’t cut it. I mean, what were you doing exactly? Or was it…

Awesome Accomodation in Mbita for Travelers on a Budget

I am convinced that Lake Victoria Safari Village in Mbita, Nyanza Province has the best sunsets ever.  Mbita is one of Kenya’s least visited region for some reason. Infact, I conducted a poll on my Instagram  to find out how many Kenyans had been to Mbita and I was not shocked that at least 90%…

How To See The Best Of Nanyuki In 48 Hours

Things you should know about Nanyuki Language: People in Nanyuki can speak English & Swahili Currency: The Kenyan shilling Debit/Credit cards/Mpesa: Most places will accept cards/mpesa although you will need cash at hand in other places. About Nanyuki A few weeks ago, my friend and I were deciding on a weekend road trip to one of…

Solo Backpacking In Malawi – My Mv Ilala Tales

Boarding MV ILALA- Malawi’s Oldest Ferry                                How do you not get titanic vibes upon boarding a motor ship that has been in operation for 66 years? In November 2017, I spent three nights on a motor ship that has been operating…

Solo Female Travel in Malawi – Is it Safe?

Honestly, Malawi is like a brilliant artist that most people are unacquainted. This artist is not famous because he probably lacks marketing skills or he does not know the right people. Ladies and gentlemen, Malawi is this artist. Most travelers, I included end up choosing to visit the popular destinations and end up overlooking regions…

48 Hours in Kilifi: Amazing things to do and see

There are those people that do not understand the concept of splitting bills. You will go out with them, and when you start planning how to split the bill, they will say ‘don’t worry about it, took care of it.’’ You know such people?  Kilifi reminds me of such people, so wealthy yet so calm,…

UAEven Know it

Even before we landed, the heat was already stroking my face. It is insanely hot. At the Dubai International airport, a guy was yelling in Arabic to passengers. ” Milly, one of my travel buddies, kept repeating what he was saying, like a typical light skin. The drive from the airport to our apartment unearthed…