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    Experience The Beginning on Kenyan Waters

    It’s written in the good book, that at the beginning the world was formless. The Spirit of the Lord was hovering on water… There is a mystical feeling that comes with water. The way land merges with water, the rise of the sun behind a lake, the setting of the same as it intimately dances…

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    The Nairobi Arboretum

    I stroll into Nairobi arboretum on a Sunday evening, it’s around 4 pm and the sun is hitting the trees just right. This little gem is located just 3kms from Nairobi CBD on State House Road and could be simply described as an embodiment of soothe. The arboretum sits on 30.4 hectares of land bound…

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    High On Kenyan Tea

    Nothing calms the heart more than the sweet scent of cinnamon coupled with cadamons, fresh Ginger and the coastal tea masala brought to a thorough boil in tea leaves, milk and a little water. This scent steals its way into cracks of doors softly waking up dwellers from their sweet dreams. Poetically speaking, one can…

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    The Call Of Isukuti Drums On The Horns Of Bulls

    Many weekends, the residents of Khayega, in Kakamega County, sleep with an ear on the ground. The first strike of dawn carries on it the howl of a warrior’s horn, the deep mourn of a vexed bull- charged and fiery. Such sounds are loaded with rituals and frenzy that jerks senses, bringing blood to a…

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    Creamy Fish On Nyatiti Strings

    The serene evening sun makes love to the great Lake of East Africa – Namulolwe – Victoria. The Ohangla singers send sensual tunes in the warm air, with their Nyatitis and harmonicas making a colorful cocktail with the cool breeze of the lake. Lake Victoria marks the Lake Region of Kenya, connecting 3 East African…

  • The Sounds Of The Bukusu Circumcision Bells

    Nothing forces one out of their sweet sleep in the wee hours of dawn, faster than the sound of the sioyaisyo.  This is the song men sing for the initiates as they escort them from the river, braving the sting of early cold wind from the Chetambe Hills down the Elufwosi otherwise known as Webuye…