Author Archives: Henry Muuthia

About Henry Muuthia

Henry Muuthia is a travel writer and photographer. He writes for a range of online platforms including Technorati, Google+, EzineArticles and ArticleBase where he has published several articles, mostly on Kenyan travel. He is a resident writer for Enchanted Landscapes Travelogue and also occasionally writes for the travel section of Nakumatt''s SmartLife Magazine.

From Eldoret With Love: The End of A Traveller’s Trilogy

My last destination, before heading back to Nairobi after a 12-day round trip that began in Kisumu and later in Kakamega (read my Kisumu and Kakamega posts), was the small town of Nyaru in Elgeyo Marakwet County, about 45km from … Continue reading

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While Vising Kakamega, I Discovered How The Town Got its Name

Phase two of my road trip landed me in the port town of Kakamega, about 52km north of Kisumu city. I had just finished a 5-day stay in Kisumu (read my Kisumu story here) where I had a chance to … Continue reading

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FIFTEEN Years Down The Line, Kisumu City Offers A Whole New Travel Experience

I have been on a long road trip these last few days moving from Nairobi to Eldoret through Narok, Kisumu and Kakamega. For some towns like Kisumu, I was coming back after a whooping fifteen years! It was a lot … Continue reading

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They Are Biking Through Ancient African Cities For A Worthy Cause

In about 6 months from today, on December 12 2013, one of the greatest biking expeditions this jubilee year will be kicking-off from Nairobi as a team of 15 seasoned bikers embark on an arduous 10,000km ride through 6 border … Continue reading

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600-Year-Old Coin Now Reveals The Chinese And Not The Portuguese Arrived At The Kenya Coast First

It seems now to be a common occurrence for new archaeological discoveries to reveal new historical evidence that threatens to topple age-old theories forcing researchers to head back to the unfamiliar territory of the drawing board as they seek to … Continue reading

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At The Karen Blixen Museum Lies A Piece of Ancient Groundbreaking Technology

When I first saw the old, blue 1922 Fordson model F tractor at the Karen Blixen Museum, I was awe-struck by the very thought that such a legendary piece of technology had somehow found its way in to Kenya at … Continue reading

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Following In The Footsteps Of The Real Karen Blixen

I was over at the Karen Blixen Museum last weekend driven, of course, by sheer curiosity but more so the personal satisfaction of including my name among those who claim to have experienced the mood of early 20th century Kenya … Continue reading

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