The words African and platter, combined together makes my mouth salivate and my tummy rumble. Although I hate map reading, or hated map reading back then in geography class, when it comes to food… I am an “A” student always. hahahaha!
I am writing this post is to share my honeymoon experience in Stone Town Zanzibar with you, should incase you were considering to ever go to Zanzibar or perhaps confused of a honeymoon destination or holiday destination or simply want a good read of an African destination :). Happy New Year to all my bella readers. I pray that this year will be filled with an explosion of blessings in Jesus name (Amen). It’s been a while, but trust me it’s for a genuine reason. I had a very busy wrap to year 2015 as I got hitched to my best friend on the 17th of December, 2015, went from Miss Bukky Bello to Mrs Bukky Asehinde. It was an amazingly beautiful ceremony, all Glory to God and thanks to my amazing family and friends that came out to support. I saved a picture for you and will share it later in the post.
I am sure by now you know that I am a lover of all things Africa to include destinations. I’m also very glad my husband (grins) is the number 1 supporter of my dreams and aspirations. To be honest, I had 5 options in mind for honeymoon destination (Mauritius, The Gambia, Seychelles, Kenya or Zanzibar), however, a friend that had just recently visited Zanzibar influenced our decision. So we got booking, and finally booked a flight with Kenyan Airways that could take us to Zanzibar via Nairobi (2 locations in 1, whoop whoop).
With its sandy beaches and famous nightlife, Mombasa provides beautiful views of the Indian Ocean Coast. It is one of the largest cities in Kenya and forms the gateway to the beach resorts of the North and South Coast. If you’re looking for a relaxing break in a city that’s usually buzzing with activity, make small visit to Nyali, Malindi, Watamu and Lamu and enjoy the gorgeous views of Mombasa from one of the many untouched beaches. The possibilities for an unforgettable holiday experiences are endless in fascinating Mombasa.
Kenya is officially known as the Republic of Kenya, an African country and a founding member of the East African Community (EAC). Today I bring to you highlights of some interesting, informative, and educative facts about Kenya. The Great Rift Valley, which crosses several East African countries, is an intra-continental ridge system that runs through Kenya from north to south and it is said that the earliest evidence of human being was found there. This forms an important site for the study of human evolution.