Beach Life

Our beautiful coastline In Kenya is our major asset for tourist attraction, a walk at the white sandy beach is the most picturesque appeal. With our recent insecurities many hotels along...

Jina langu ni Abdulrahman Ndegwa

Your name and what do you do? My name is Abdulrahman Ndegwa and I use the pen name Abu Amirah in all my blogs. I write but work as an Admin at an Islamic information centre to pay the bills...

Old Town

Old town Mombasa is full of rich culture and traditional architect, that keep you inspired. Even though I am native coastarian, every time I visit I find a hidden gem. One thing I have...

Mwembe Tayari Market

I went through the Mwembe Tayari Market located on Jomo Kenyatta avenue which was designated a public market and its foundation stone laid by the first President of Kenya in 1965.  ...

Coast Sandals

The sandals are meticulously cut, trimmed and beaded by hundreds of highly skilled Swahili craftsmen in workshops mostly tucked away in the inner parts of the city. Every sandal you buy...

RAMADHAN IN MOMBASA

Ramadhan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, and is observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting to commemorate the first revelation of the Quran to Muhammad according to...

Mabuyu

  Mabuyu is a coastal snack enjoyed by the young and old.  Cooked in sugar syrup the baobab seeds are then added colour to give it a zest. Mostly enjoyed while watching movies or...

Jina langu ni Kibibi Salim

  1.Your name and what do you do? Jina langu ni Kibibi Salim. I am an actress by profession. 2.Apart from Almasi, what other TV shows do you appear in? Apart from Almasi, I now star on...