There’s something about visiting countries in Africa and The Caribbean that feels different. I don’t know what it is or how to explain it, but I feel refreshed and renewed during the trip. Over the Christmas break I took a trip to Kenya which I absolutely loved. I’d been before (and to Sierra Leone) when I was really young. This trip was an opportunity for me to experience Africa at an age where I can really take it in and appreciate the beauty of the continent and its countries.
I spent a couple of weeks in the country with most of my time spent in Nairobi. I also got the opportunity to take a short break in Malindi, a coastal town. There is a lot to do in both areas, especially outside of the typical safari holidays that the country is known for. I stayed with someone who lived in the country and Malindi was more of a touristy trip. Staying with someone you know who lives in the country you’re visiting will always give you a completely different experience of the country. I really treasure the times I can do this when I travel.
I would 100% recommend Kenya as a travel destination and there is so much more to the country outside of safaris. Here are some of the things I got up to whilst out there…
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