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Ready For 'The Plot' This Weekend With Dru Hill and Sisqo?

22
Oct

 What’s your plot this weekend? How about attending American singing group Dru Hill’s concert on Saturday October 24th at The Carnivore to celebrate PRC’s fifth anniversary?

The Property Reality Company has been in the property market for five years, during which it has realized the land and home ownership dreams of hundreds of Kenyans. To mark this feat, PRC are having Dru Hill and group lead singer Sisqo perform soul, hip hop and gospel hits from their popular, rich and diverse repertoire of the late 90s into the new millennium in a concert dubbed The Plot. See what they did there? Dru Hill was founded in 1992 in Baltimore Maryland by Tamir "Nokio the N-Tity" Ruffin and comprised of lead Mark "Sisqo" Andrews, Larry "Jazz" Anthony and James "Woody Rock" Green.

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The Masai Mara Wildebeest Migration in its full splendor!

29
Jul

The season is here with us again…the greatest show on earth! A captivating and dramatic movement of about half a million wildebeests from the drier lands in Tanzania to the Masai Mara. This natural phenomenon attracts thousands of local and international visitors, and has been named the seventh wonder of the world. A wonderful experience for those looking to Tembea Kenya

The wildebeests (also known as gnu) move from Serengeti-Tanzania in search of rich pastures and reach the Mara River crossing point in thousands. The wildebeest are accompanied by gazelles and zebras during this great trek.

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Going to Watamu? Spice things up on your next beach holiday II

As promised, we did some research on some of the activities that you can do while in Watamu. If you missed the first edition of our two-part series, read up on it here. Now that we're on the same page, lets discuss additional things that you can do while in Watamu.

Snorkelling

Watamu National Marne Park is populated by anglefish,butterfly fish,grouper,guitar fish,lion fishing parrot fish.The reefs also provide a home for crabs, eels, octopus, sponges and squids. Although these waters have few  if any dangerous species,you should still watch out for barracuda, jellyfish and in some areas, reef sharks. (Thank goodness Piranhas are not on the list! Nothing puts a damper on the holiday spirit quite like a severed limb).

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Going to Watamu? Spice things up on your next beach holiday!

23
Jun

Like it or not, it is a long standing Kenyan tradition to go on a beach vacation and do nothing but sun bathe, splash around in the pool and maybe venture into limited culinary experiences. We’d rather stick to our comfort zones than obey the quiet little voice inside that’s nudging us toward unchartered territory.Ticketsasa, however, would like to challenge you to explore your sense of adventure.Welcome to our series of things you can do on your next beach holiday to break the monotony that is; retreating to a different town just to do the same thing you'd do back home (we see you "destination drinkers").  

About Watamu

Watamu is located between Blue Lagoon and Watamu Bay, only 105 km north of the infamous Mombasa town, and was voted the second best beach in Africa in 2012 according to this CNN article. A hidden gem that's mostly appealing to non residents hoping to take advantage of its amiable climate, Watamu is vastly undiscovered by local tourists owing to it's quiet, serene ambience. Little do we know, however, that Watamu is a paradise within our reach if only we took the time to explore it. Try out a number of these activities during your next visit to Watamu.

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Live At The Elephant presents KIU & Juliani

18
Jun

Friday evenings were created for easy evenings, soulful music and great company. Live At The Elephant gives you that and more. 

Live At The Elephant is a monthly event that is held at The Elephant, gate No.3, Kanjata road, off James Gichuru Road. This event which is created and hosted by Eric Wainaina and Sheba Hirst on every last Friday of the month, features two of Kenya’s best acts showcasing their works complete with a thrilling live band performance.

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