Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya, harbours all kinds of markets in Kenya. Some of the markets in Nairobi include Muthurwa clothes market along Haile Selasie Avenue, Gikomba market in Nairobi, Ngara Market, Maasai Market along Slip Road in Nairobi, Toy Market in Nairobi Adams area along Ngong Road, Continue reading ...
Markets in Kenya are quite a lot, and there is just about a market in every place you go. For instance markets in Nairobi are such as Village Market, Muthurwa Market, Gikomba Market, Toy Market, Ngara Market, Maasai Market and many others. In Mombasa Kenya, there are markets such as Congoea Market, Mwembe Tayari Market and Makinon Market. Meanwhile in central parts of Kenya, there is Karatina Open Air Market.
Karatina open air market is the largest open air market in Kenya and in East Africa. Kenya has many attractive sites and interesting places to visit. You should make a point of Continue reading ...
Many Kenyans are caught in a quagmire as to how to spend their lunch time break in Nairobi especially during the financially drought stricken days of the month. Meals in Nairobi city center are unaffordable for most of the people working in Nairobi town. Meals in Kenya can range for as much as KSH 250 in the most affordable Nairobi hotels to over KSH 4,000 in fancy Nairobi hotels such as The Stanley along Kenyatta Avenue or even Hilton hotel in the city center.
Most of the people in Nairobi town have small businesses within the center. There are also touts and drivers who run the Na Continue reading ...
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