Exploring my new hometown; Naivasha.


First off, Naivasha is BEAUTIFUL!

At the beginning of my two month November/December holiday I took a road trip with my Aunt Natasha and my mom to Naivasha. My mother has recently moved to Naivasha because she has been transferred there for work. While I called her from school she would always tell me how nice the place is and we’d compare it to Kisii, where she was living previously. Naivasha is closer to Nairobi and  is a far much better town. The scenery is beautiful from anywhere and I just generally like it better than Kisii, though Kisii is also a relatively nice place to visit 🙂

The journey was brief and pleasant, spent on admiring the changing scenery from Nairobi town to Naivasha and leafing through Chimamanda Ngozi’s Americanah(a doubtlessly wonderful read that I would recommend any day.)

We arrived in the evening and the sun had already set so it was quite difficult to see the surroundings of my new neighborhood, which seemed to be located in a somewhat remote place, a bit far from the town itself. the house, however turned out to be a neat cozy bungalow located in a safe, clean and beautiful neighborhood. The best part about the place is that right behind the home is a hill.

We stayed for a week and while we were there my Uncle Sunday came over. We climbed the hill and went round the ridge and listened to music, took loads of pictures and generally just had a lot of fun.

While in Naivasha I visited the Olkaria Geothermal Spa and the Hellsgate park, on which I will soon do a small write up on.

I hope you enjoyed reading this, email me your questions, suggestions and any other inquiries.

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1 Comment

  1. The other day, while I was at work, my cousin stole my iPad and tested to see if it can survive a 30 foot drop, just so she can be a youtube sensation. My iPad is now destroyed and she has 83 views. I know this is entirely off topic but I had to share it with someone!


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