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Yes, it’s the end of the school year and the weeks are stretching before us– no more delivering the little darlings to the school gates to be entertained and occupied by their teachers (you can try but they are likely to send you packing!)./lifestyle/school-holidays-at-the-coast-what-do-we-do-with-th
Much has been happening over the last few weeks in the world of art in Nairobi starting with the incredible selection of art on show at International School of Kenya's Art Centre from 2nd to 7th March./lifestyle/the-nairobi-art-scene-in-march-in-retrospect-and-a
Many people might consider me a very lucky woman: I grew up on Kenya’s Indian Ocean coast, a place of soft breezes, glorious sun and endless beaches. But to be honest, the coast has never excited me much. Faraway grass is always greener, as they say, and I couldn’t see what all the foreign fuss was about. Recently, however, I decided to step outside myself and take a trip to the coast as a visitor. It was a mind-blowing experience, a little like a rebirth, as I discovered and rediscovered hidden gems in the place I call home./lifestyle/come-with-me-to-the-coast
It’s that time of year again – the skies have clouded over, the evenings have turned chilly and the kids are out of school. Of course, we want to spend as much time as we can with the little darlings but some of us have to work, and sometimes even the most devoted parent needs a little help in keeping young minds and bodies active. Here are some ideas for summer clubs and activities across Nairobi./lifestyle/schools-out-now-what-our-guide-to-summer-camps-and
Many, many people comment on the articles I write about the KSPCA and the state of the dogs and cats in Nairobi. Many people want to do something but think, since they cannot take on another pet, have already given away old bedding or made a donation, that there is nothing else they can do./lifestyle/what-can-i-do-to-help