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The water invites you to shed of your clothes to a swim. The modern hotels populate the coastline with relaxing amenities are in themselves inviting and one is spoilt for choice over which one to go for. A drive through Ukunda is a display of sales talent with many Kenyans selling beautiful African Kanga or Lessos depicting African culture, carvings, ornaments and paintings that are designed to capture the eyes of the tourist with rich colors. The plum trees line up their long leaves welcoming as they move to the ocean breeze. Ukunda-Diani is Kenya’s gem of kilometers of natural beaches and water just calling on anyone to enjoy it.
Murang’a is indeed a green and one can easily and correctly come to the conclusion that residents of Muranga never sleep hungry. A drive through Muranga invites one to feast his or her eyes on the beauty of the region that is doted with nothing but green. Even as Kenyans in the Diaspora prepare to participate in the leadership of this country that will see Kenya’s economy grow, in Murang’a, they will only improve on what already exists. ...
The home county of His Eminence, Cardinal John Njue, has Mount Kenya as the most scenic physical feature. The mountain is an inviting piece of nature that is hard to resist. As one travels through the region, especially for the first time, one cannot help but stare and marvel at the towering beauty. Embu town the main town of Embu county is said to serve residents of the larger Kirinyaga and especially Gichugu area as it is closer to them. The Embu residents welcomed the idea of Kenyans abroad taking Embu to the next level. ...
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