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Two Hours Of Sunset- Get Some Money Outdoor Premier

29
Jun

Lights, camera, action! A Kenyan film screening akin to no other is coming right to your doorstep. Two Hours of Sunset is well known not only for promoting homegrown talent but also for successfully executing the outdoor movie setting.

Having featured previous masterpieces like pan-African film Brother Jekwu, the riveting Veve and the hilarious Fundi-Mentals, this edition of Two Hours of Sunset featuring Get Some Money is something you can’t afford to miss. 

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Why Amboseli Should Be Your Next Travel Destination

22
Jun

Derived from a Maasai word that roughly translates to “salty dust”, Amboseli is one of Kenya’s most popular parks. We had the pleasure of visiting the park last month and here are some highlights from the trip as well as reasons why this ought to be your next travel destination.

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6 Things To Do With Dad This Father's Day Weekend

Father’s day, though a relatively modern holiday,  is celebrated on the third Sunday of June and is a day that honours all fathers and father-figures in our lives. More often than not, we tend to downplay the contribution that fathers make. This year, do things a little differently and celebrate the deserving men in your life with these simple but great activities that will help you make them feel more appreciated.

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Diamond Platinumz Set To Headline Koroga Festival, 17th Edition

17
May

Nairobi are you ready? Koroga Festival is back and better! So good is it that it will run for 2 days. Yes, not one but two days! The lineup is looking so hot, we’ve donned a pair of welding goggles just to deal with the awesomeness.

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Cheetahs Vs. Leopards, Can You Spot The Difference?

15
May

If you happen to go on a safari in most of the parks in Kenya, you will more often than not spot at least one of the animals in the cat family. Cheetahs and leopards are some of the animals in this family which has 42 known species. During your game drive, the guide will occasionally speak into the walkie-talkie “Twaburudika na ya chini hapa kwa Mto wa Mchanga.” You'll pay him no mind but before you know it, other safari vans will be driving towards your location to watch the spectacle. If you've never quite grasped the difference between the two big cats, here are a few dead giveaways.

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