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The word maskani is a swahili word that means the dwelling place. My cool hut i live in is situated in kibera slums 30 mins drive off the central city Nairobi. Here you will experience new culture visit the slum and see how people live. karibu! welcome
The hut is unique in the sense that it gives you the real slum experience in Nairobi Kenya. One gets to experience life in kibera slum and its environs.
My guest will have access to visit informal schools mingle with kids and teachers, go to power women group and see some art work being done by this incredible women, take a tour in the slum and visit some of the houses and see how people live
Interaction with Guests
My interaction with guests will be through story sharing and some traditional dances from various communities around the country by taking them to bomas of Kenya for a cultural show and doing a town immersion where one gets to see the city. We will visit the Holy family basilica one of the oldest church in Kenya, university of Nairobi the first and oldest university in Kenya, memorial park. City market to see how business is conducted and many more things and places one wants to go.
Kibera slum and its environ is a safest place around and one thing i love about my neighbor hood is the hospitality of the people around show to the visitors. people are so welcoming and that makes you feel at home.The happiness of the kids shouting ''how are you'' ( the only English word some know:)to the visitor.
The convenient mode of transport is using the buses or ''matatu'' The local name for the van or Nissan. with this one can move from the city to kibera without any hustle or use a taxi/ cab which becomes very convenient as well depending on someones preference
Other Things to Note
Be ready to have fun be immersed into our culture, ask as many questions as you can and you will be furnished with more information.
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