Dinner in Kenya Menu
We celebrated Kenya’s ’50’ years of independence in my house today and had some spectacular African treats. Thank goodness I did have some help from a couple friends that travelled with me to Kenya years ago. The first time I travelled to Kenya for safari I was filled with excitement and I would be the same today. It was long before the time of cell phones, we just got on the plane and made plans from day to day. We arrived in Nairobi late in the evening and took a taxi downtown to find a hotel. The next morning we hit the streets to find a guide to take us to some of the National Parks. Met up with a wonderful woman from Austria and another lady from Germany that were both travelling alone. So that made us a total of four and a little better price for safari. I found it actually much more enjoyable just absorbing the experiences as they happened and meeting people from all over the world that were just as ready as we were to explore Kenya. We spent the rest of the day roaming through Nairobi, treated ourselves to a fancy dinner and left early the next morning for Amboseli. Our camp the first evening looked right at Mt. Kilimanjaro. I could not have planned that.
Dinner in Kenya
East African Saladi
Read some interesting facts here on the Nairobi Digest today December 12, 2013 in celebration of 50 years of independence in Kenya; http://nairobidigest.co.ke/50-year-old-kenya/