This is part of a series of posts where I look back at some of my favourite pictures from different cities that I have visited. You can read the rest of the series here.
In this article I look back at another pre-lockdown trip to the capital of Kenya and my first real trip to the African continent. It's one of my favourite cities, and certainly one I'd love to visit again. If you want to read my in-depth review of Nairobi you can do so here, or if you're a little short on time, you can read the 5 things I loved about Nairobi here, otherwise click the read more button below to check out some photos.
It's one of the greenest capital cities I've ever visited, with incredible food, friendly people and a lot to see and do during the day and at night. If you can get past the traffic, you have a city with a lot going for it.
I've tried to whittle down the list to the five things I loved most about Nairobi which isn't an easy thing to do. To read my in-depth review of Nairobi, follow this link, otherwise, read on for the five things I loved about Nairobi.
Airport Rating *****
Reception of locals *****
British Sikh, born in the Midlands, based in London, travelling the world seeing new cultures.