10 places to stay around Kajiado county

10 places to stay around Kajiado county

Merry Christmas 🎅🎄Hi there i trust you’ve been and are keeping safe. I have been wondering what to throw down these walls before the year ends and then it hit me, KAJIADO! As you all know by now the county has a special place in my heart and i figured i could share with you afew places i have been to over the years that i’d recommend and some that am yet to visit. If i am to be honest ten is such a small number, the county has alot to offer. Like am always saying if escaping the rat race and heading deep into the wild for a weekend of sheer relaxation is your idea of bliss, enhance the whole experience by making sure your holiday home is the sweetest place on earth. Here are some of the homes that’ll live up to that. The first six i have blogged about in the past, click on the links in each destination for more info.

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Orbitir Burrow

Orbitir Burrow

Sometimes our limitations tell us when to stop, sometimes they show us where to look next. Happy new week! I trust you had a great weekend as i which am here to leave a short read about. The goal is to discover new hidden gems, to inspire you to travel. Forgive me if i tend to lean so much towards Kajiado county. Last time i was in Kajiado i did mention the county has so much to offer and that list keeps growing by day. At this point am convinced Kajiado is my one true love. I keep coming back, i never seem to have enough of her charm. She keeps making it more interesting with every visit, she has me under her spell and i like it.

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Footprints in Namibia

Footprints in Namibia

Visiting Namibia has been my dream for 3 years or so now . I’ve always wanted to visit deadvlei, see the desert and particularly the part where it meets the Atlantic and of course catch the sunset from the desert. As I stood overlooking the desert one evening with strong winds blowing across ,the sun setting to the west and moon rising from the east, marveling at the rhythmic, undulating hills and dunes of the desert before me, that dream had come true. I had visited the desert and was spending at a desert lodge where I would gaze at a million stars and the moon that night, smiling at the fact that I was finally somewhere I had dreamed about under the same stars thousands of miles away.

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