Guess The Story…

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Response to Photo Challenge: Story

I could pass for a Masai, right?


Dancing to some Sauti Sol music at Mary and Charles’ wedding


Yes I did it…..Well, after literally crawling down Longonot Mountain
Kenya has the juiciest mangoes ever
Challenging myself


Check out the platter of yumminess
David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage
Walking in the elephant’s ‘shoes’ lol


A view from half way up the Longonot Mountain


A selfie with my gorgeous tour guide on my safari walk


Meeting new friends, Linda and Carol in person, whom I met through their sister, Christine on a Whatsapp Fitness



One of the exhibitions in the  Nairobi National Museum that caught my eye



I am sure by now you’ve guessed that the story is about my visit to Kenya.

I had a privilege of visiting Kenya twice…first time in 2015 for one of my closest friend’s wedding and second time in 2016 when a friend invited me.

I fell in love with the country, the people the food and nature! I did not want to come back, Kenya has become my third home after Zambia and Belgium. I now call myself a Kenyanised Zambian because half of my friends are Kenyan and almost all my colleagues are Kenyan.

If you’ve never been to Kenya, you are missing out. Put it on your bucket list, believe me you will not be disappointed.

I hope you like my ‘story’ 🙂



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  1. This trip looks absolutely amazing. I have always wanted to visit Kenya, see all the animals and help with conservation, as well as learn about the different cultures. It all seems so beautiful and everyone seems so kind! Thank you so much for sharing your story! Looks like you had a blast!

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    1. I had a blast and the next chance I get, I am going. There’s so much to do and to see. The hospitality is just amazing! I stayed with my friend’s sister whom I was meeting for the first time I felt so much at home like I haf known her for years


  2. Ahh… home! That mango just made me drool all over Manu`s computer lol! I never appreciated the beauty of Kenya till I left, and I learnt about my country and fell in love with it. Beautiful pics Dee, lovely story xx

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    1. Lol. Thank you Tuts! I know, that mango would make me get on the next flight out lol. Your country is beautiful and I am sure you already from non-stop talk about it. Meeting yours was really great! I really cherish the moments though brief. I will go again the next chance I get.


  3. welcome to East Africa 😁 Glad you enjoyed your trip. Welcome to Tanzania next 😀 Zanzibar is beautiful all year round and the deep history and culture is something else entirely. thanks for sharing this 🙂

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  4. I really enjoyed this! africa is on my bucket list . I love all of the sights you posted and the traditional wear especially. You look so happy I definitely can tell you had an awesome trip. Keep smiling lovely . Have a great week .

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  5. I love your story! How cool! It looks like so much fun! I’m hoping to do more travel in my life, and this looks like it was a milestone trip for life! Isn’t it amazing how exploring a new place can add so much energy to life? I loved this post!

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    1. Yeah, visiting a new place does that for you. I am thinking of visiting other places too, God willing. Thank you for always making time to check out my posts.


  6. I didn’t even read what you wrote. The pictures told me a beautiful story. It looks like you had a great time as expected. I too hope that one day I’ll be able to travel the world and document it for others to share in the experience.

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