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A Taste of Lamu

Lamu town hosted the Lamu Food Festival between 15th to 17th April 2016 and a group of bloggers and I had the privilege to attend it.

This being my first time in Lamu I was excited to explore the Old town and sample delicious Swahili dishes. Just with any new experience one can feel a bit overwhelmed with the things to do and see. Well not to worry, Jay shared with the group a list of things to experience and take photos of while experiencing a new town or city.

This post will highlight how I saw Lamu. Hope you get to fall in love with the town as I did.

The challenge

The challenge

Self potrait

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Clouds

Just after the sun had risen

Just after the sun had risen

After dark

usiku

Technology

when you hang out with fiends with cool gadgets

when you hang out with fiends with cool gadgets

Feet

feet

Morning

morning

Shadow

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Something you want

dhow2

to go on a dhow cruise

 

to go on a dhow cruise. this was the highlight of my Lamu trip

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Animal

Lamu town's main form of transport

Lamu town’s main form of transport

Locals

Jabir, our crew during the dhow cruise

Jabir, our crew during the dhow cruise

Something there’s a lot of

The ocean

The ocean

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A sign

sign

Something glass

this was my bathroom window

this was my bathroom window at Kiwandani House

Plants or tree

plants

Music

some lovely music along the Seafront outside where we had dinner

some lovely music along the Seafront outside where we had dinner

Your breakfast

Viazi karai

Viazi karai

Taking a picture

taking a photo

A wall

wall

Smile

Kaluhi of Kaluhiskitchen

Kaluhi of Kaluhiskitchen

Loud

loud

Tomorrow’s post will be on a typical foodie’s day out in Lamu.

leotunapika

A girl with a passion for cooking and discovering new recipes.

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