This year I have decided to focus all energies towards myself and by that I mean take care of my body, drink more water, eat plenty of fruits, avoid junk food, exercise regularly, make plenty of memories and focus on my writing.
I have also taken a huge break off social media, tried that with Instagram though I must admit it didn’t go too well.
However the point is, the first thing that I want to do is travel and explore my country this year before I even start thinking about visiting other places, destinations I have always wanted to visit like La Tour Eiffel en France or Christ the redeemer in Brazil or Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge in Canada, I want to begin home.
Do you have any idea how many tourists come to visit Kenya yearly just to watch the wild beats cross the Mara, or see the wild animals? It is amazing how much one never really takes much interest or pays attention to what is close-by probably because you think it’s always going to be there and you don’t see the sense to revel in it.
My Geo-location is based in Nairobi…now here we don’t have giraffes and lions hovering around the city no! It is as urban as any other city.
Now the Tsavo, the Mara, Samburu National Reserve and all the other places shall be in my to go list from this year forthwith.
I plan to capture the most astounding wildlife, sceneries and views.
Wild beasts crossing the Mara River
To learn about the most beautiful cultures, traditions and destinations.
It’s heartbreaking when the media overlooks the beauty of a country just to get five minutes of news airtime to focus on the negative.
Maasai-A beautiful Kenyan tribe known for the jumping dance”
Beautiful Maasai Woman-The Maasai are known for piercing and stretching of earlobes. Various materials are used to both pierce and stretch the lobes, including thorns for piercing, twigs, bundles of twigs, stones, the cross section of elephant tusks and empty film canisters.
Maasai Attire- Kikoy most Maasai wear the color red because it symbolizes their culture and they believe it scares away lions. Most of the men wear a shuka, which is a red robe.
Ark forest tree lodge,fairmont hotels and lodges
The Maasai Mara Manyatta Camps
Beyond Kichwa Tembo Maasai Mara Tented Camp
Mara River Safari Lodge
Till the next post beautiful people, expect more Kenyan culture posts from this blog…
I assure you, you will see my country in another light 🙂
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Well I can’t wait to share with you all my own photos though:) I promise to take as many as I can.