Haggling is a sport in Kenya. It is an art form best performed with massive gestures and a cheeky smile. But either way, part of the street market experience is haggling over prices. Even the smallest item needs arguing over. But in reality it is all in good spirit and the Nairobi markets are highly recommended for fun and interesting days out.
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Right at the heart of Nairobi you will find a huge street market with an overwhelming amount of interesting stalls featuring local Kenyan craft works, art pieces, tourist souvenirs, traditional African jewelry and much more. You better put your haggling hat on. Every price is bargained for. But even if…
Karen Blixen is a literary pride of Denmark but of Kenya as well. The Danish writer lived from 1885 till 1962 and is primarily known for novels based on her time spent in Kenya at her farm outside Nairobi. The main work by Karen Blixen was the majestic novel Out…
A roar of passion and pleasure fills the evening sky over Nairobi. Kenya has scored yet another touchdown. Its the 7s - game on! The thunderous acclaim from thousands of enthusiastic supporters is of course aimed at the Kenyan Rugby team which is the host of the annual 7s Rugby…
Carnivore. By its definition meat eater, and that is exactly what this restaurant has to offer, an amazing selection of meat. From the usual; beef, chicken, goat, to the exotic; ostrich, buffalo, gazelle and even crocodile! We had a platter of three, the turkey, beef and crocodile. The turkey was…
Rongai by Night Backstreet bars, sports cafees and discos are spread along the mainstreet of Ongata Rongai. It seems you can quell your thirst in cheap local beer or imported booze around the clock