Aerial Kenya
The Southern boundary of the Nairobi National Park bordered by Magadi road.

The Southern boundary of the Nairobi National Park bordered by Magadi road.

Kenyan Coastline

Coastline of Kenya from Diani beach in South Coast to Bamburi beach in North Coast. Visible from the South up are Diani, Tiwi, Maweni, Tijara, Shelly, Nyali and Bamburi beaches as well as the Likoni channel. Low tide exposes the reef which noticeably moves closer to the beach as you move down South.

Catholic University of Eastern Africa

Catholic University of Eastern Africa

Langata Cemetery

Langata Cemetery, Nairobi

JKIA

JKIA Inception. Taking a picture of an airplane taking off from an airplane taking off.

Ongata Rongai

Country on the Hill: The Republic of Rongai.

Bomas Junction. The edge of the park was once part of Langata forest which was carved up to create space for the Barracks, the Park, Bomas and part of  Karen. Ngong Road Forest Reserve is a remnant of Langata forest. The houses that have delayed the construction of the overpass are visible at the bottom.

Bomas junction. This whole area was once part of Langata Forest which extended all the way to Ngong road and Karen but development pressure saw the indigenous forest chopped down. The Ngong Road Forest Reserve is a remnant of Langata forest. The houses that have delayed the construction of the overpass are visible at the bottom.

 

The concrete jungle that is Eastlands, Nairobi. Airport North road at the Cabanas junction is on the left of the photo

The concrete jungle that is Eastlands, Nairobi. Airport North road at the Cabanas junction is on the left of the photo

 

Ukunda town

Ukunda town, Kwale County.

And finally Mt. Kilimanjaro. Not in Kenya but our hotels and parks near the border use the Mountain to market their facilities (attracting visitors and pissing of Tanzanians) so why shouldn't I? ;)

And finally Mt. Kilimanjaro. Not in Kenya but our hotels and parks near the border use the Mountain to market their facilities (attracting visitors and pissing of Tanzanians) so why shouldn’t I? 😉

About the Author

Galimo Askumo
An explorer, an infomaniac and a hippie. I got tired of wanting to read detailed, long form articles on various topics that interest me so I decided to write about them. My username is an ode to the last two known members of my family tree which goes back 11 generations.

Related Posts

Cheerio King Rio
Rift in the air, Rift on land

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *