Annette, a lawyer by profession, has always been a travel and food enthusiast. With this in mind Kenyan moments was born. With her wanderlust bug never fully satiated, Annette’s mission is to explore exciting destinations and try out authentic native cuisines, bringing it all back to her readers.

Your very own Kenyan girl having moments around the world 🙂

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