360 Degrees Pizza- Review

Hey guys, today’s post is going to be…a restaurant review.( It’s in the title…don’t know why I did that; just go with it) Today’s restaurant, 360 Degrees Pizza at Rosslyn Riviera. Today was my first time dining at the restaurant and I have to say, I had a wonderful experience. The restaurant had a homely, cozy aura; the staff were the very hospitable, the food scrumptious, not to mention  jazzy tunes filled the air as we enjoyed our meal.

I had an iced tea for my drink and it was beautifully zesty as well as refreshing. My sister had a salted caramel shake of which when she had a sip, couldn’t speak. We asked her how it was and all she let out were sighs and facial reactions trying to express how amazing she found the drink. I’m still laughing about it…😂😂



For our meals, we got 3 pizzas and I had…Pasta. *gasp* ‘ You went to 360 degrees pizza and didn’t have pizza?’ …yup. I had their new menu item, the bacon and Gorgonzola pasta. It was delicious but  I felt that it could have had less currants. Everyone else shared a pepperoni pizza, spicy lamb and a ham and mushroom pizza which they enjoyed. The favourites were the spicy lamb and pepperoni.


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As I mentioned earlier, the staff were so friendly and even posed for a few pictures. Shoutout to the Rosslyn Riviera chefs and waiters today!


If you have been following this blog from the start, you would know that I am obsessed with aesthetically pleasing places. Therefore,  I had to take some photos.

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in one of the booths

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In a booth

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At the entrance

Here are a few photos of the restaurant as well:

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And because no one ever eats or drinks before capturing the moment enjoy this photo of my dad taking a photo that will most likely end up on his Instagram. ( I have very lit parents😂😂)

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Anyway I hope you enjoyed this post. Hope you had a great Sunday


Sunday Lunch: Hob House

Hey guys! Welcome back to my blog. If you’re new, Hi! Today’s post is another restaurant review. Today we paid Hob House a visit. If you’re looking for authentic, Lebanese food cooked from the heart, you should need to go to Hob House. The restaurant is owned and run by a lady named Kelly- who is the sweetest person ever- and her husband. The cozy atmosphere accompanied by their scrumptious meals, make for a perfect Sunday brunch. Because I am obsessed with aesthetically pleasing places, my eyes were also made very happy. Everything was ‘insta-worthy’ and of course very ‘tumblr’. Kelly, who explained to us the concept of Hob Place, was such an amazing host and helped us choose our meals.( Thanks for the great suggestions!) With all that said, here’s our experience in pictures:

  • Drinks: non-alcoholic mimosas
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  • Meals: We had a cocktail manoushe, hummus, Baba Ghanoush, Shak Shouka with egg, chicken strips and chicken skewers.
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chicken Skewers on rice

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Baba Ghanoush

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Chicken Skewers

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Chicken strips

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Cocktail Manoushe

  •  As I mentioned before, aesthetics guys, aesthetics! 😂😂😂 We got to take so many photos and not being cocky or anything, but my instagram might look really nice in a few days. 😂😏😂Here are some of the photos

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  • Hob Place is also a guest house, so if you’re looking for a place to stay while visiting Nairobi, I would recommend staying here. Here are some rooms and places around the house.

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If you couldn’t tell, I had a really great time today and I would definitely recommend visiting Hob Place. The service is amazing( I forgot to mention how fast our food came), the hospitality is great and most importantly it’s authentic Lebanese cuisine that takes you to  Lebanon.

Shoutout to Angeline for being such a fun tour guide ;  to Cindy for taking me such nice pictures ( you always take nice pictures of me to be honest) -thankyou so much ; To my parents for bringing us here and last but not least to Kelly, for being such a lovely host.

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Kelly (right) and I

To end this long post (if you’re still reading) today marks one year since I started my blog. So I wanted to say thank-you to everyone who reads my posts, shares,likes, comments and has supported this blog from day one. To anyone who has messaged me on Instagram about it. You are the best. Thank-you for a being such a great audience and for the feedback you give. As usual, comments are welcome. Feel free to share this post (tag me in it so I can see) like, and send feedback.

Have a great sunday.


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Live Inn- Park Inn by Radisson Blu

Hey guys! Hope you guys had a great week. Today’s post is going to be about my experience at the Live Inn which is one of the restaurants at Park Inn. Yesterday was my dad’s birthday so we my mum paid 😂- thanks mum) treated him. Anyway, our dining experience was great with just a few issues with the service and portions. Here’s our experience in pictures:

  • Here’s the menu:

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  • Here are some drinks we got:
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A ‘Tom Collins’ (left) ‘Rock Shandy’ (right)

  • For a starter we got two classic ceasar salads. Personally, I wouldn’t recommend ordering this for anyone who wants to have JUST a salad. The portion was quite disappointing. Yes, I know we ordered it as a starter but we felt the serving could have been bigger and better presented. Nonetheless, the flavors were great, we were left wanting more.Literally and figuratively
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The classic caesar salad.

  • For mains we got three different items; We had lamb, chicken and fish;My sister had a burger. Again, the portion of the fish could have been better. My parents got one prawn in a dish that was supposed to contain PRAWNS.( Multiple, not one.) So again a bit of a disappointment. The lamb on the other hand was a VERY generous portion so I would definitely recommend ordering this to share between at least four people.( We still had leftovers) The highlight of the lamb for me was the way it was presented.

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After the main course, we were stuffed. And of course I had to have a little photo shoot because the hotel and restaurant was so aesthetically pleasing, I couldn’t handle it. If you go places just to take Instagram photos, Park inn is most definitely for you.

  • The atmosphere:

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  • Some portraits we took:

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Overall, our experience was great and I’m looking forward to visiting Park Inn again. I would definitely recommend visiting the Live Inn restaurant. Just as long as you don’t mind waiting for some time before your food is ready. With all that being said, I hope you’ve enjoyed this post. As usual, feel free to leave comments, like this and share(please tag me in your posts so I can see them) I also made a facebook page for my blog so give that a like here .


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PHOTO CREDITS: Cindy and Jensine. Thanks guys 💓💓

Where’s Jadyn? Dar Es Salaam

Heyyy guys, I haven’t been as active as I would have liked to be these past 3 months but honestly, it’s because I felt that I didn’t have any ‘interesting’ things or places to blog about. But I’m back. So recently, I traveled to Tanzania with my family(if you follow me on Instagram, you would know) and  I had quite an amazing experience. We spent two days in Dar Es Salaam and this is what this post will be about.

  • Day One

We landed quite early in the day so our adventure begun almost immediately . Tanzania is such a beautiful country and we were so lucky to be welcomed with an overhead view of Mount Kilimanjaro in all of its glory.


Mount Kilimajaro

Once we freshened up at the hotel we headed to Kunduchi Wet ‘n’ Wild Waterpark where we had a great time cooling ourselves down because it was so hot.

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Later that evening we had dinner with one of my mum’s friends at Cape Town Fish Market and can I just tell you guys how amazingggg the food was. If you’ve been to Ocean basket in Nairobi, the seafood was even better. The restaurant also provided a great view of the city by night and because it was near the beach we had a fantastic view of the boats as well.

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The overall experience was amazing and if you’re ever in Dar Es Salaam I would highly recommend visiting this restaurant.

  • Day Two

Our second day was spent mostly walking around the city and just exploring.

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I loved Dar Es Salaam so much and I would definitely encourage you guys to go there. I’ll have another post up tomorrow about the rest of the trip, but until then, have a great weekend. Feel free to share this post but tag me in it so i can see.

There’ll be more pictures on my instagram .

Photo credits: My parents and sister.

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-Jadyn x


Arbor Place

Heyyy guys, I know it’s been a long time since I’ve used this platform but I’m back! In light of this, I’ve decided to create a category on my blog called “where’s Jadyn?” which will feature posts of all the fun places I will explore. Anyway, today my family and I had lunch at Arbor place in Lavington. If you’re all about aesthetics and all things ‘tumblr’, Arbor Place is for you. The food was great and overall ,the ambiance and atmosphere amazing & calming.

For starters we had two salads; a classic chicken Caesar salad and a halloumi  and grilled vegetable salad:

For our main course we had 4 different items:

  1. A prawn red curry
  2. Vegetarian laksa noodles
  3. An arbor beef burger
  4. Steak

For dessert we had:

  1. Italian Cassata
  2. House Coffee
  3. Apple crumble and Ice cream

Of course because of how pretty the restaurant was, I had to take even more photos:

Here are some other photos I took of my family because we had such a great time.

I would definitely recommend visiting Arbor place. If you share this post kindly tag me in it so I can see.

Have a great Sunday! -Jadyn

Ololua Nature trail & Hemingways Review

Ololua Nature Trail.

Hey guys, happy new year!! I’m three days late though. Today’s post is going to be about my experience at the ololua nature trail and the hemingways hotel at Karen. My day started off with a walk at Ololua and it was quite interesting, we enjoyed the walk, that is,  until we got lost and kept going round in circles due the fact that the trail is not labelled. It became very frustrating but we burned some calories so not all was in vain. Here are some photos we took. Overall, the forest was beautiful but needs labeling.

Hemingways Hotel Karen.

The next stop was Hemingways hotel for lunch. And after the walk we were all highly appreciative of the beauty of the hotel. We had lunch in the outdoor area of hemingways and it was amazing, both the food and the landscape.

Here are some pictures of our meals:

  • Starters
  • Mains:
  • Desserts:
  • Drinks:
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Two Dorigo’s and one guava sour.

I also ended up taking some photos around the hotel because everything was just too gorgeous:

I hope you guys enjoyed this post. Feel free to like, share(tag me so I can see) , comment . Happy new year! My social media usernames are below:


Christmas Eve With Sauti Sol


Hey guys, today I have to say was a pretty awesome day. I spent my afternoon at village market with my family and a friend of mine and enjoyed a performance by sauti sol.I definitely had a great time and this was one experience to share. I managed to get photos with the band members and I was literally shaking while speaking to them. Shout out to Sauti Sol for making my Christmas eve even better.

I was dying inside when these photos were taken…. I mean you can clearly tell from my smile. The next photos are photos I took during their performance.

This was basically me the whole time:

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I was so happy….you guys don’t know how much I love this band.

I also took some photos with my friend and my family:

Anyway, I hope you guys enjoy this post and had an amazing Christmas Eve. More photos will be on my Vsco account. Feel free to share this post ( tag me so I can see) , like and comment.

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