Stomach Clinic Restaurant

…so you’re walking through Uhuru Park, with the sunshine in the background, your favourite music on the headphones and start to appreciate nature….

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…as it always finds ways to turn even the ugliest building in Nairobi into a beautiful sight. Btw, is there any relationship between Uhuru’s Brookside milk signboard and Uhuru Park? How ironic.

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Talking about ironic things: Has anyone been to “Stomach Clinic Restaurant”?

Nairobi, I love you, regardless.

p.s.: hey, Madame “friend-of-Ciru-and-Kui-ati-we’ve-met-the-other-day” – there I went, thinking no one would spot me in the crowds of Kenyatta Ave. and then you find yourself being identified by a lovely young lady. Nice! Thx! I was so surprised & confused that I forgot to ask your name… :)

AOB: @ Mental & KBW-Admin Team: these days, whenever I take a picture and ask for permissions first, I tell them (the folks on the pictures) to check out kenyaunlimited.com. Now that’s a perfect way to promote the Kenyan blogosphere, ama?

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  1. Kijana, glad to read you are the de facto KenyaUnlimited’s roving ambassador ;-)

    These photos are lovely, as usual. Nairobi looks lovely indeed, although my greatest thanks is that there have been no ‘wadudus’ thus far – you will warn me in advance when you upload such photos, wont you?

    Have a grand weekend!

  2. You are quite the photographic roving ambassador indeed! Thanks for sharing these pictures that give us a glimpse of life at home. I hope to take quite a number myself during my three weeks holiday in two weeks time.

  3. Nairobi is indeed beautiful. Espescially in the warm evening ligting, same effect as shooting using filters.

  4. Thx! I haven’t been to that restaurant yet.

    As for the pics – I just shoot them with that simple internal 1,3 MPixel cam on my Nokia 6230i mobile phone.

  5. Hey JKE,
    This is the lady that stopped you on Kenyatta avenue. The photos are fantastic. I got to experience the same on my way to Valley Road. Thanks for remembering me.