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The Kill : Part 1

Thuo Ndung'u Jnr - 03/Oct/2018

The room was dimly lit, but one could easily see the six people, four men and two women, seated around the oval table in designated seats, each with a beaming placard of a different color, representing their assigned code names. The meeting was suppo… read

Staycation in Naivasha: Imani Cottages

Kristy notes - 02/Oct/2018

The chiming of bells around the goat’s neck or perhaps the turning of the wheels of the train passing through the vintage Read More The post Staycation in Naivasha: Imani Cottages appeared first on Kristy notes. read


It is a new month – really?

Mama Cekes speaks - 01/Oct/2018

On this day as I write this I realize that the hashtag #happynewmonth is trending the whole day on twitter. It was very interesting to note that every other person was is very excited about the new month. But wait a minute, what do you mean a new mon… read

Quarter 4, lets do this

Look what i have learnt! - 30/Sep/2018

so september is over we have 3 more months to end of yearwhat a year this has beenif stress had a year, then 2018 is the year for meas i turn over a new year in my lifei pray that q4 brings with itpeacetraquilityresttraveland of coursenew beginnings. read


Humpback Whale Watching In Watamu – Hemingways.

Bybapeaches - 29/Sep/2018

Welcome back Peaches. I’d like to break the ice from my long hiatus with an epic experience of watching the humpback whale migration. Humpback  whales, ocean marine mammal giants usually migrate to the low-lying Coast of Kenya from the Antarctic … read

UNCLE

Drum Major - 29/Sep/2018

Society celebrates mothers, aunties and dotting grandmothers during Mothers Day. We also have a day for fathers which is not a celebration per se but a day for whiskey distillers, The post UNCLE appeared first on Drum Major. read


A year in Alaska

GuriixUSJourney - 23/Sep/2018

We’ve been in Alaska for a year now and to be honest it hasn’t been that bad. I’m glad we made the move up here. We experienced our first winter and that was interesting to say the least. First we had to get studded tires for our cars which are… read

Spiced Chicken in Tomato and Honey Sauce

Tharisit - 22/Sep/2018

Laidayyyyyyzzzzzzz! Feeeellllaaaaaz! Hey.. I hope that you have been keeping yourself well. By the title of the blog you can already tell that we.. yes, I.. have a recipe install for you. Mbuutt first, Disclaimer.. Disclaimer.. 1.) I am not a food bl… read


The last wilderness

Travel by Ray - 20/Sep/2018

My my my! Isn’t this post long over due! I do not even know where to start, how about the …Continue reading →… read

Will I Never Just be Enough

Hadithi Hadithi - 18/Sep/2018

  He leaned in to kiss her gently and said, “Darling you’re so beautiful. You’re so special. If only we weren’t so different.” He gripped her in his fierce embrace and emerged from his delirious pleasure whispering, “You’re too good fo… read


To You, The One I Never Saw Coming.

HumanityInMe - 13/Sep/2018

Dear You, Yes, You! It is always interesting to hear the stories of how people met. I personally love telling ours because the funny thing is I wasn’t looking for you, I just found you. It’s just like people always say, “just when you stop look… read

Yellow.

Clarie's Ramblings - 11/Sep/2018

There is a tiny little matter called bodily autonomy: the idea that your body belongs to you and you can do with it whatever you want. It also means that you get to decide what is done and isn't done to your body. It's why you can't be forced to dona… read


TRAVEL GALS- [GALS DAY OUT AT MAASAI LODGE] .

GRACE CEROR-FASHION ENTHUSIAST - 05/Sep/2018

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who else is there?

THE PLACE OF THE MOST HIGH - 27/Aug/2018

Originally posted on 300 words a day: What makes you stay? When you are part of a group and public opinion shifts, what makes you stay? How much attention do you pay to the way people are talking? If lots of people are talking positively about your g… read


Rusinga Cultural Festival turns 7 in December!

Funtravelkenya's Blog - 23/Aug/2018

Rusinga Cultural Festival will go down on the 20th and 21st December. Taking place in Rusinga Island – one of Kenya’s hidden gems on Lake Victoria – the festival offers two days of family fun within the picturesque environs of the island. Its… read

Rusinga Cultural Festival turns 7 in December!

funtravelkenya's Blog - 23/Aug/2018

Rusinga Cultural Festival will go down on the 20th and 21st December. Taking place in Rusinga Island – one of Kenya’s hidden gems on Lake Victoria – the festival offers two days of family fun within the picturesque environs of the island. Its… read


LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL WITH FIND X!

WALK WITH ME - 22/Aug/2018

Driven by an innovative sliding structure that completely disguises the cameras within the body of the phone, the cameras are hidden when not in use, providing a sleek and uniform exterior. When activated, the camera opens automatically for unlocking… read

TWO YEARS SINGLE, YET VERY CONTENT!

Eat,Pray,love and Live - 10/Aug/2018

If you could have told me two years ago I would be writing this blog I would have said you are lying. Well here I am today and look who is writing. Towards the end of 2015, a long term relationship I had been in came to an end. I have always loved re… read


Five tips to improve your KCPE score

eLimu - 31/Jul/2018

  Have you marked your calendar? October 30, October 31 and November 1. It’s stressful when people are telling you, “These are the most important days of your life!” but don’t let the pressure of KCPE get to you. Follow… The post Five tip… read

Anger is temporal madness but may be Grace in disguise

The African Pot - 20/Jul/2018

This article on anger is timely. I actually think that this piece should read by all. This is especially because like Fr says anger is a human feeling. The most interesting part for me is where he says that anger can be used as a tool of dominance an… read