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A Walk of Hope, Humanity and Hardship 26 May 2020 Kibera – the very name elicits so many emotions. Nairobi’s famous slum, set in the heart of the city, warrants a visit from travellers across the world. Every shilling spent there makes a very real difference. Nicky recently went walkabout through Kibera and has become an ambassador for this extraordinary city within a city By Nicky Fitzgerald
Born to Run 5 May 2020 Far away from the rolling grasslands of the Mara, members of the Angama Running Club took to the streets of Nairobi to participate in the Beyond Zero Marathon By Mwikali Ndambo
How To Spend It In Karen 17 September 2019 With a free day, a Nairobi-expert driver guide and a credit card, the challenge was on to find the best places to part with my hard-earned shillings By Sue van Winsen
Ready, Steady, Eat 29 May 2018 Chefs James and Elias and butlers James and Bonface hit the Nairobi food scene with Head Chef Collins and Shannon in tow... By Shannon Davis
Recollections from Way Back When 10 April 2018 Was it only 1000 days ago that we opened Angama Mara? Feels like yesterday and 50 years all rolled into one crazy journey. This is Prabh’s story. He was one of our patient, brave, long-suffering and oh-so-talented Nairobi furniture designers By Prabh Singh
The Green City in the Sun 17 October 2017 From moments with the late Ernest Hemmingway, Queen Elizabeth and Charles Henry Ryall to exploring the city’s tallest buildings and famous hotels, we explore the history, the people and the sites of urban Nairobi By Michael Boyd