Can we just take a moment and appreciate this moment right here? Happy Saturday world, or should I say blogiverse? Well, it’s been a minute (as Kenyans, Nairobians in particular love to say when they haven’t seen you over two years) and I have so much to share and adventures on the road that involve … More Aki si I have been quiet!
Hello Monday! Is there any #NanoWrimo2017 participant freaking out because it’s three days to the end of November? So, yesterday I went to the market and got my favorite things: Tamarind ( I used it to make some sauce for the fries), mangoes, lemons and of course the irish potatoes for making the fries! I … More Writing and reading updates
Hello, it’s been a while since I posted something. My time has been spent traveling in Elgeyo Marakwet.
My colleague told me yesterday that she heard some drivers and touts saying that a matatu (the one known as chopper) transformed into a donkey at Ahero. This transformation was witnessed by some people and word of it spread through some radio stations but it never got to TV because by the time the witnesses … More The case of the vehicle that transformed into a donkey.
My day has been delightful because I was approached by two suitors and let me tell you nothing beats being proposed to while sitting in the boot of a Probox leaning against sacks of dried fish! I made my first visit to Nyatike today and had to proceed to Sori and Muhuru Bay to visit … More Madam 07…
I woke up at 5:30am leaving my comfortable bed and heading to the bus stop to board a Probox to Kehancha. Kehancha is a thirty minutes drive from Migori town and can be as comfortable or uncomfortable as can be depending on which seat you occupy in a Probox. After much travel, I believe that … More Probox diaries: Adventures in Kuria
The last time I talked to you I was in Homabay taking a stroll along the shores of Lake Victoria. Well,have you tried scouting for madondo also known as chapati and beans in Homabay past ten o’clock in the morning? Let me save you the struggle, you won’t find any. Madondo is served in hotels … More The quest for Madondo in Homabay