What About The Maldives?

If I was to describe the Maldivian Islands in one word, I would say “relaxing”. I know. So cliche, right? But for those of us in our late twenties, going through a million phases and working so tirelessly to keep our heads up, a break from the usual in such a splendid country is more…

Ghana Stole My Heart!

It has been three years since I made my first trip to Ghana, and I simply cannot believe that there is no article on this website about it. On the evening of the fifth day of April in 2016, I embarked on a trip to Accra, courtesy of my good friend, Silvia Naa Commodore. I…

Georgian Delight

Georgia is a country in the border of Eastern Europe and Western Asia. It lies bordered by the Black Sea on the left, Russia, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Turkey. Georgia is predominantly Christian, and it’s history dates back to as far as the fourth century. I was travelling with a friend of mine called Karen for…

A Trip To Bali

Towards the end of last month, I knew I had leave coming up in October, but I was not quite sure where I wanted to go. Nairobi was not quite an option seeing as I had already gone home three times since moving to Doha. I wanted something different. I thought of Bali, Indonesia. It…

Growing Modest.

They say, “When you go to Rome, do as the Romans do”. Six months ago, I made the decision to move to the Middle East; to the State of Qatar. Which also explains my long hiatus from writing here. It has taken a lot of adjusting. Now, Qatar, as you may already know, is a…

First Time Is A Charm!

  I have been benching this article for a while now, mostly because I am not the biggest fan of “full disclosure”, but oh well. In my twenty four years of living, my best kept secret has been quite simple: I had never been to Mombasa, Kenya, up until the 17th Day of April 2017….

Reminiscing On Austria

When September checks in, then so does pageant season. I know it has been long overdue, but I wanted to make this post today, on Thanksgiving Day. And, while it is not a traditional holiday here in Kenya, I feel that it should be recognized. PS: I love holidays way too much. I’ve been going…