Ok. Jostens fish palace might not be competing that hard for the prettiest place in Kenya award. But. LOL. It does deserve a photo … as it turns out Jostens fish palace is in fact a plastic shed … that sells … hmmm …. cheap jewelry.
Ok ok, sorry. Jostens fish palace (that we met on the way to Ngong) is not pretty at all. But hey, he does deserve praise and recognition for the creativity involved in declaring his jewelry shed a fish palace 🙂
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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…
Sitting at Ole Polos restaurant near Ngong Hills with an astounding view over the valleys. Suddenly a small bird comes jumping into a nearby pink bush. It just sits there looking at us with curiosity. It is the little things. Kenya has such wondrous details round every corner. The ole…
Ngong Road. What? A road is a sight to visit now you might ask. Well. Ngong Road is something special. Nowhere else are you gonna experience a road full of original furniture just like this one. All along the several kilometers of Ngong road you will find furniture outlets of…
Kenya is one of the most photogenic countries in the world. Just driving down the road right outside Mombassa. Suddenly a wonderful riverbed with fishermen busy at work unfolds. Its a simple little piece of everyday life in Kenya but aesthetically it is unrivaled.
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