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 ย 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 instagramย .

Photo credits: My parents and sister.

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-Jadyn x


We’re Going On A Trip…

Hey guys! This weekend my dad, sister and I took a road trip to Bondo; which is my ‘shags’ / upcountry.

Day One.

We left at the crack of dawn, literally. The journey was filled with good music, breath-taking views, animals and of course Java drinks and snacks.

As the day continued, we drove through Nakuru, Naivasha, Kericho, Kisumu, Akala, Bondo and then finally got to the house. It was a long but fun journey and the view of the lake and the cooling breeze blowing definitely made the journey worth it.

Day Two.

This was yesterday and we spent nearly the whole day by the lake. We visited Kamumbo beach and fed the fish at the farm in Kungwe beach. This was when I carried an injured bird that later didn’t thank me for my noble act๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚. We spent the morning feeding the fish and then headed back home for breakfast.


Here are some photos I took throughout the same day. the light was always so good and I got to take some really good photos:

I also managed to get a good photo of the sun on this day. I took this photo during sunset & i’m quite proud of it.

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Day Three.ย 

This was today. We left really early and now we’re home. Back in Nairobi with the same gloomy-ish weather and no lake.

That’s all! Enjoy and have a happy Jamhuri Day!

Up and away ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฎย 

Hey guys! There hasn’t been a post up in a while but that’s only because I’ve not been in my usual neighborhood… I’m currently in India. Well Goa specifically but this post is going to be about my time in Hyderabad. The wifi hasn’t been that good but here’s the firstmpost of the month..

GVK mall… This aquarium was just beautiful… You must visit this mall 

The second photo is at Taj Deccan Banjara Hills in Hyderabad…. The hotel we were staying at and the second is my room… I would definitely recommend this hotel… Crossing the streets in Hyderabad is something you shouldn’t try to do. The continuous hooting and fast-driving motorists makes crossing roads nearly impossible.๐Ÿ™ Comment anything you would like to see next on my blog.

All my photos will be on my Instagram. Enjoy..