Nairobi

Nairobi

finally my sabbatical journey brought me to the sub saharan Africa, to Kenya!

Location: 

Nairobi, Kenya

Duration: 

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Personal highlights

  1. Kenya: this country is as diverse as the continent (70 ethnic groups)
  2. Nairobi: the capital with 3 million people, surrounded by a national park
  3. Weather: it is still raining season, there are lot's of downpour and some chills
  4. People: everybody is friendly and happy! (except the bad guys I've not met)
  5. Food: local specialities are more diverse and delicious than expected 

Image sources

  1. Nairobi @ Diamon Plaza
  2. Outdoor store @ Karen
  3. Canal @ Uhuru Park
  4. Selfie @ The Oval
  5. Roundabout @ CBD

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